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2008-08-18 18:00:25

By Eric Stark Remember when some NBC executive came up with the "great idea" to put the 1988 Summer Olympics on pay-per-view? Sure, you had prime time coverage, but many games and events cost extra to watch. The idea flopped. Bet that exec works in a different capacity today. Fast-forward 20 years, and there's plenty of Olympics coverage and channels to choose from. In fact, there may be too much. If you thought 416 hours of coverage for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Utah was a bit much,...

2008-07-31 12:00:41

With the July Sweep period coming to an end, Univision has bucked the broadcast television industry's downward trend and seen growth in virtually every audience demographic, while the combined audience of its English-language competition has declined. This is especially impressive as the following results are based on all television viewing, regardless of language, measured against all broadcast and cable networks on the same playing field. Based on 27 nights of the July Sweep period,...

2008-07-24 18:00:31

The Barack Obama U.S. presidential campaign has bought a $5 million package of television spots for the Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, Advertising Age said. The package for the presumed Democratic nominee includes network TV as well as cable ads for the Games, which begin Aug. 8 and will be broadcast by NBC Universal. It is reportedly the first significant network-TV buy of any presidential candidate in at least 16 years. NBC Universal is airing 3,600 hours of Olympics coverage on its...

2008-07-16 09:00:52

By Joan Fleischman, The Miami Herald Jul. 16--Major happening on the South Florida television front: The Washington Post's Post-Newsweek Stations, which owns WPLG-ABC 10, is expected to announce the purchase of WTVJ-NBC 6 from corporate parent NBC, industry sources say. The two stations will operate as a duopoly. The deal, of course, is subject to FCC approval. Terms have not been disclosed. Previous reports said NBC 6 could fetch between $350 million and $400 million. NBC...

2008-07-15 18:00:29

By Joan Fleischman, The Miami Herald Jul. 15--Major happening on the South Florida television front: The Washington Post's Post-Newsweek Stations, which owns WPLG-ABC 10, is expected to announce the purchase of WTVJ-NBC 6 from corporate parent NBC, industry sources say. The two stations will operate as a duopoly. The deal, of course, is subject to FCC approval. Terms have not been disclosed. Previous reports said NBC 6 could fetch between $350 million and $400 million. NBC...

2007-06-25 15:18:55

MIAMI, June 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- "Gana Mi Casa" (My House Wins), a six-week made-for-broadband home improvement series, launches today on Yahoo! Telemundo at http://www.yahootelemundo.com/ganamicasa. This first ever Spanish-language online home improvement series promises to leave viewers wanting more as each home improvement segment ends in a cliffhanger and engages viewers in the makeover process. The series will follow a different family each week, in daily two to five minute...

2007-05-16 12:00:25

Univision Communications Inc., the leading Spanish-language media company in the U.S., today incorporated user-generated videos and testimonials into the heart of its 2007 Upfront presentation -- themed "I ♥ Univision" -- to demonstrate the Company's unique relationship with its audiences. The hottest Univision stars were joined by 'Team Univision,' a group of viewers from across the country, as well as superstars Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony and Latin pop sensation RBD in...

2007-04-27 00:00:30

The Univision Television Network today announced its plans to celebrate the 10th anniversary of "Despierta Am©rica" (Wake Up America), the longest-running and most successful weekday morning show on Spanish-language television. To commemorate this important milestone, "Despierta Am©rica" will feature a weeklong celebration beginning April 30th with highlights from the show's history, celebrity visits and musical performances by some of the biggest Latin stars. The show will...

2006-07-24 16:45:32

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Latin TV stars will head to the Big Apple in October when New York hosts the second annual Latin Emmy awards to honor the best of Spanish-language U.S. television, organizers said on Monday. "New York is the home to the world's biggest media companies, the nation's second-largest Spanish language television market and the most diverse Latin population of any city in the world," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said, announcing the October 19 awards ceremony....