After eight years leading the newsroom at Univision Chicago, Teri Arvesu has left the station.
Arvesu, who moved from Miami to the Windy City in 2013 to take on her first news director job, was promoted to VP and Director of Content in January 2017.
According to sources, she is moving on to a yet-to-be announced corporate position within the company.
A Univision spokesperson confirmed her departure as VP of Content for Chicago but would not elaborate on her new role, which will be announced soon.
Prior to joining Univision in 2003, Arvesu spent 10 years in various positions at Telemundo.
Jessica Miller says
univision continues with its weird moves. the same with the same. the same old mafia. now they put us on Sunday morning the same dolls as always. Where is the change, deceiving 11 million Mexicans and all Central Americans who see such bad programming. they interview each other and repeat the same old bad novels. what a bad chain is univision. a country of more than 200 million people and Univision only interviews its employees and maintains an old man like Jorge Ramos. Too bad Univision.
Reality Check says
This has been a never ending folk tale.
I guess you are talking about the “new” Despierta America en Domigo, the new milking station in Univision.
Like there was no one out there to paint out TV with a fresher face and make things right.
The same faces that have been fired or begruntled or with a proven record of no so good results. Or 0 social skills.
It has happened and it will again. Over and over
Erika Alvarado says
Univision continues with its bad programming. the same bored faces as always. EE: UU a country with so much news, and this chain continues with its bad programming. They kiss each other, they interview each other. They have nothing new, they repeat the same of their employees. what a bad programming. What a shame for Mexicans.
Maria Antonieta, Go! Alan Tacher, Go! Karla Martínez, Go! Jorge Ramos, Go! Ilia Calderon, go away!
Roberto Vizcon says
Good for Terry. I’m very happy for her. Former Univision News Director Daniel Coronell had been very unfair to her and had exiled her to Chicago, despite her talents. She weathered the storm very graciously and now she can come back with her head held up high. Good for you Terry. God Bless.