News Corp. is teaming up with a Colombian television broadcaster to create a Spanish-language broadcast network for the U.S. aimed at American Latinos.
A new poll shows Obama with a 56 percent approval rating among Latinos who were questioned, with 35 percent specifically saying they disapprove.
There are many, many top executive Latinas in the entertainment industry, which is why this list is particularly worrisome as it perpetuates the idea that there are no qualified candidates to be considered for the honor.
New NBCLatino.com English-language news site will launch in early 2012.
Ratings mean ad dollars and this year, telenovelas’ stellar performance helped Univision and Telemundo pull in a record $2.15 billion in early advertising commitments. Marketers spent $4.83 billion on Spanish-language television last year, according to Kantar Media.
Spanish-language Telemundo network announced Thursday it will host its first presidential primary debate in December.
NBCUniversal's surprise pick to run its Spanish-language television operation Telemundo must pull off a particularly difficult task: clawing deep into a market dominated by entrenched powerhouse Univision Communications.
Comcast Corp., the largest cable provider in the US, is pushing into the Hispanic market by adding more Hispanic-related channels and networks to its cable systems nationwide.
Executives laud the Spanish-language network, which will bring back Saturday fixture "Sabado Gigante" for a 50th season, for beating NBC in young demos and vow TeleFutura will step up its battle with Telemundo.
Networks and channels with programming aimed at Hispanic viewers have been part of the annual “upfront” weeks for several years. But this time, there are as many presentations from Spanish-language programmers as there are from English-language broadcasters.
Telemundo will premiere May 1 on its Mun2 cable network the bilingual series "RPM Miami," which captures the essence of Hispanic youths who express themselves in both languages without losing their roots. The director of "RPM Miami," Jacobo Rispa, said that "this is an experiment because, for the first time, a production combines the two main languages of the United States: English and Spanish."