A series of changes have starting taking place across local Univision stations, following completion of the content merger with Televisa.
According to sources, Univision 23 in Miami has shut down its investigative unit, leading to job cuts.
Investigative reporter Erika Carrillo was among those who were let go last week, along with anchor and investigative reporter Ivan Taylor and managing editor Carlos Espinosa. Their departures were confirmed by a company spokesperson.
Carrillo had been at Univision 23 since 2015 and Taylor joined Univision 23 in 2016.
Espinoza, who was promoted to managing editor in 2014, had been at the Miami station for over 25 years.
Don Jod Az says
Typical corp crap.
Three of the most talented colleagues in there.
Televisa should do the ethnic cleansing in the Network, where so many biased tools spew propaganda day after day, not the stations.
John Ferguson says
It is amazing how many reporters and employees of Telemundo “disappear” from their file and ranks; it makes you wonder if NBC sees them as valuable personnel.
This article is about Univision, not Telemundo NBC.
Clara caso says
Erika we love you the world of opportunities is yours. Good luck clara
Telemundo NBC? I’m sure it is also happening over there but this is Univision.
Jose Diaz says
Shame to let go of people that devoted their life to their job and were amazing at what they did! Very sad to see Ivan go, but I know he is prepared and ready to his new chapter! Nothing will stop him!
Nuris Liranzo says
Erika Carrillo is the best, wrong move for Univision 23
Un ejecutivo pregunto y alquien puso sus nombres… Y así los despudieron
Typical Univision not surprised, they’re worse than CBS with their annual purge.
My wife and I worked for Univision. They don’t care about their employees. With the new owners, they’re going to care less.