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HC2 Network Inc. Acquires Azteca America

HC2 Holdings, Inc. subsidiary HC2 Network Inc. has acquired Spanish-language broadcast network Azteca America.The deal includes licensing agreement with TV Azteca for Spanish-Language TV programming; Acquisition of Television Stations from Northstar Media will expand HC2’s Broadcasting Network to 113 operating stations in over 80 U.S. markets.


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 […]


Azteca America Names Craig A. Geller Executive VP of Network Sales & Digital

What: Azteca America has announced the appointment of Craig A. Geller to Executive Vice President, Network Sales and Digital, effective immediately. Why it matters: Geller will report to Manuel Abud, President and CEO, Azteca America, and will be based in New York. He succeeds Court Stroud. Azteca America has announced the appointment of Craig A. Geller to Executive Vice President, Network […]


Azteca America Signs Affiliate Agreement With KDKJ

What: Azteca America has signed an affiliate agreement with KDKJ, to be broadcast on channel 27.2 in Tyler/Longview, Texas. Why it matters: The station will carry Azteca America’s programming, including news, entertainment, novelas and sports programming, as well as the network’s popular “Viernes Futbolero” franchise. As part of the network’s commitment to servicing the U.S. Hispanic audience, […]


Skyword Appointment Signals Growth of Content Marketing

The announcement this week that Robert J. Murray, global president of iProspect, has left the leading digital agency to become president of Skyword is yet the latest signal of the growing importance of content marketing in the business of advertising. The appointment was first reported by the New York Times, and Murray is expected to start […]


New Portada Media Buzz Barometer: Univision, Telemundo and Azteca America lead

In December we introduced the Portada Buzz Barometer for Advertisers. Today we are introducing the Portada Media Buzz Barometer. While there should be more than  “buzz”, “buzz generation” can be very important for marketing and PR strategies. In this first release of our monthly analysis,  Univision, Telemundo, Azteca America, ImpreMedia and EZ Target belong to the media companies with the most positive […]


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