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CNNEE Thought Leadership Breakfast at Portada LA: We Need to Rethink What Total Market Means

For the third time this year, Portada and CNN en Español partnered up for the last thought leadership breakfast for multicultural markets. This edition’s brilliant panelists included Cynthia Dickson, Associate Director, Multicultural Strategy at Canvas, Elizabeth Barrutia, CEO & Founder of Baru Advertisement, and Teylez Perez, VP, Marketing & Advertising at Pantaya, Lionsgate.


Azteca America Presents its Programming for This Year in NYC Upfront

Azteca America, a U.S.-based, Spanish-language network wholly-owned by HC2 Network Inc., a subsidiary of HC2 Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HCHC), unveiled its 2018-2019 programming line-up at its annual upfront presentation in New York City. We talked to Craig Geller, Executive VP, Network Sales, Digital and Marketing, about what’s in store for Azteca America this year.


Nielsen Will Measure CNN en Español’s Ratings Daily

Nielsen and CNN have reached an agreement to provide daily national television measurement to CNN en español. The multi-year agreement provides CNN en Español with national TV ratings for the network. The service also offers access to Nielsen’s rich Hispanic demographic data.


Claudia Sandoval Is the New MasterChef Latino Judge

Claudia Sandoval, the winner of Master Chef Season 6, is one of the three judges of the Spanish language version of the show. Born and raised in San Diego from a Mexican family, Claudia Sandoval’s life changed when she won the sixth season of MasterChef in 2015. She published a best-selling cooking book in 2016, titled Claudia’s […]


Upfronts: Azteca America to Broadcast “El Muro” (The Wall)

Azteca America seems to have found an answer  to president Trump’s plans for a wall between Mexico and the United States. And media buyers at agencies may like it: the network kicked off its 2017-2018 upfront roadshow in New York by announcing a timely new original production, “El Muro” (The Wall), a hauntingly familiar drama, ripped-from-the-headlines […]


CNBC and Sky Team up To launch CNBC Latin America

CNBC International and Sky Mexico partnered to create CNBC Latin America, a dedicated business and financial TV news service. CNBC Latin America will air in Latin American countries including Mexico, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.


Internet Advertising to Take Over Broadcast Advertising in 2017

Entertainment and media spending will hit US$720 billion by 2020, up from US$603 billion in 2015, while internet advertising will overtake broadcast advertising in the U.S. for the first time, according to the finding from PwC’s annual Global Entertainment and Media Outlook report, the company’s five-year economic forecast for media and entertainment industry revenue and ad spending.


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