NBCUniversal’s Hispanic cable network mun2, which transforms into NBC UNIVERSO on Feb. 1, continues its coverage of the 2014/2015 season of the Premier League with three can’t be missed matchups this weekend.

MundoFox announced the premiere of "Quien Mato a Patricia Soler?" (Who Killed Patricia Soler?), an original production starring Mexican actress Itati Cantoral and Spanish actor Miguel de Miguel. "Quien Mato a Patricia Soler?" marks the long-awaited return of Cantoral to television. The series premieres on February 9 and will air exclusively on MundoFox Monday through Friday at 9PM/8C.

Telemundo Network announced the appointment of Luis Carlos Vélez to Executive Vice President of Network News, reporting to Luis Silberwasser, President of the Telemundo Network.

Michael Vinales joined the Miami Herald Media Company as vendor section and co-op specialist with the niche & special publications group.

NBC UNIVERSO debuts on Sun., Feb. 1, as the home of the exclusive Spanish-language telecast of Super Bowl XLIX.

Azteca America announced the premiere of the telenovela Contrato de Amor, starring Leonardo García and Ximena Rubio. 

Pasiones, a TV network dedicated to soap operas and dramatic series, has acquired exclusive rights for the U.S. premiere of “Dulce Amor.”

January 25th, Telemundo brings the much anticipated “Miss Universe” beauty pageant at 8pm/7c, hosted by television stars Raul Gonzalez and Rashel Diaz.

Olympic gold medalist, 10-time world champion in six weight divisions and leading boxing promoter Oscar De La Hoya will launch a new Spanish-language sports, travel and lifestyle cable television channel called De La Hoya TV.

El Rey Network Founder and Chairman, Robert Rodriguez sits down with filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola for a new installment of "El Rey Network Presents: The Director's Chair"

Television Dominicana has exclusive rights to air the Dominican Professional Baseball League 2015 Finals between Las Estrellas de Oriente and Los Gigantes del Cibao.

NBCUniversal Hispanic Group announced today that Telemundo and NBC UNIVERSO will hold their annual Upfront presentation on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at 6pm in New York City at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall, Time Warner Center.

For media companies, the fall TV season is when the rubber meets the road. Networks and agencies white knuckle themselves into a fervent state while they anxiously wait to see if audiences revel in their new program offerings. Meanwhile, agencies have already placed their ad bets and are intently watching to see what adjustments they need to make as the game plays out. Meanwhile, viewers hold all the cards, eagerly sampling the new shows, offering plenty of endorsement and critique along the way.

There is not much of a question that more and more companies -- buyers, sellers and intermediaries alike -- are going to use a digital approach to TV advertising.

Over the last couple of years, Puerto Rico has been caught in an economic recession that has not only regulatory and financial institutions worrying about the financial stability of the island’s economy, but also the average islander is looking to leave the island for better opportunities on the US mainland.  Once gain, the economy in Puerto Rico is not growing, but has been contracting according to all international and national sources.  This has not only impacted the quality of life on the island for its inhabitants and the crime rate, but has also affected the advertising industry on the island as a whole.