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ESPN Deportes

Changing Places LatAm: Jesús Cedeño, Greta Patterson, Hugo Sánchez, Mike Amour, Maryam Banikarim , Sarah Watson…

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.  ::: Jesús Cedeño-Greta Patterson-Wikot Corporation :::  Hugo Sanchez-ESPN Deportes :::  Mike Amour-Starcom Mediavest Group ::: Maryam Banikarim-Hyatt Hotels ::: Sarah Watson- McCann Worldgroup ::: Miguel Janover-Carlos and Dario ::: Jesús Cedeño and Greta Patterson are no longer part of Wikot Corporation / Miami.   […]


Hispanic TV Networks Highlight Digital and Mobile Initiatives

The 2013 Upfront season is over and, once again, Hispanic TV networks attracted hundreds of attendees to their respective presentations this week in Manhattan. Overall, 10 U.S. networks presented: Azteca America, Estrella TV, Univision, Discovery U.S. Hispanic, Telemundo, Fox Hispanic Media, Vme, ESPN Deportes, NUVOTV and Tr3s. [Cable nets CNN en Español and mun2 had […]


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Although women are increasingly more visible in the industry, there’s still a long path to go towards women achieving their full potentials and pushing their untapped capabilities to the maximum, especially for Hispanic and African-American women, who feel their barriers are even higher.