It may seem like a big cliché, but this year flew by! Lots of changes – good, bad… and in some cases, surprising. If you missed it, here’s a wrap of some of the highlights reported on Media Moves in 2010.
Valdés-Ryan out at Latina – Senator calls for closure of Radio, TV Martí – Spanish networks anticipate $1.5 billion in ad revenue – TV station criticized for not airing police beating video – Restructuring at Mega TV – Lozano named CEO of impreMedia – Univision apologizes over offensive skit
Telemundo staffers to get L.A. May Day settlements – Televisa pulls plug on Hispanic magazine – Navarrette among San Diego layoffs – Murdoch, other media CEOs lobby for immigration reform – El Diario columnist arrested for espionage
Sanchez fired from CNN – Televisa becomes part owner of Univision – Vargas Llosa wins Nobel Prize – Chilean rescue captivates media – Cristina says she didn’t want to leave – Viotto to leave CNNE – Canseco’s departure from Univision is official – NPR gives Williams the bot, Fox hires him – “Sanity” rally attracts 1000+ press credential requests – Ax falls as CNNE restructures
Falcón out, Lee in as Univision News President – Yahoo lays off 600 – Univision president says he’ll start 24-hr news channel – FCC sets conditions for Comcast/NBC merger approval – Espinosa chosen as show contestant on OWN
More Media Moves news next year!