Rafael Carranza is Microsoft’s MSN Latino new Executive Producer

00-profileRafael Carranza has been promoted to Executive Producer for MSN Latino at Microsoft. He will report to Javier Viroomal, Regional Director MSN Spain & Latam, and will be based in MSN's headquarters in Bellevue, WA.

Carranza told Portada that in this new position,  he will be mostly be in charge of leading the Information and content experiences operation and strategy for the U.S. Hispanic market and supervising the Spanish-language content production hub.

“Growing the fan base and revenue opportunities for MSN Latino and improving the content production efficiency across the Spanish markets,” are, according to Carranza, the main challenges ahead.

Prior to this position, Rafael served as Executive Producer for Latam at Microsoft Information and Content Experiences Group.

 


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