Univision Online President Javier Saralegui Resigns, Cesar Conde to Assume his Role

Univision Online's President Javier Saralegui  has resigned and Cesar Conde will assume the Role of Interim President of Univision Online.

According to Ray Rodriguez, president and chief operating officer of Univision Communication Inc. “Javier Saralegui has decided to resign from the Company to pursue other opportunities. We appreciate his contributions to Univision over the past 18 years and wish him nothing but the best in his future endeavors.”

Cesar Conde, currently Chief Strategy Officer of Univision Communications, will assume the role of Interim President of Univision Online. There currently is a search for permanent replacement.


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