Choice has never been more abundant across the media landscape than it is today. The rise in connected TV (CTV) adoption and the growing wealth of streaming platforms continue to entice media-hungry consumers with new and engaging content. Despite the abundant choice, however, many people don’t see enough of themselves reflected in the content they’re being offered.

NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises announced that Marcos Santana, President of Telemundo Global Studios, will assume a new role as advisor and executive producer starting January 2022. 

Univision Communications Inc. announced the expansion of its local media division with the addition of Orlando, Tampa and Washington D.C. to its list of owned and operated station group. The stations are currently operated by Entravision Communications, whose licensing agreement with Univision concludes on December 31, 2021.

Telemundo stations Telemundo 31 / WTMO, which serves Spanish-speaking audiences in Central Florida and Telemundo Puerto Rico / WKAQ announced a news collaboration that will result in their respective audiences receiving live, local news coverage from each market during the stations’ newscasts.

NBCUniversal Local, a division of NBCUniversal, announced that it has completed its acquisition from Ramar Communications of four full power stations, one Class A station, three low power stations and 20 associated [or multiple] translator stations that are assigned to the Albuquerque DMA.

CNN en Español announced that renowned Cuban writer and poet Wendy Guerra is joining the network as a contributor and analyst, as well as a creator of alternative content for digital and on-air platforms.

Ampersand, the audience-first TV advertising sales, data and technology company, announced the availability of its Total TV Measurement solution for advertisers and agencies.

THEMA America, a Canal+ group company, announced the launch of Kanal D Drama’s standalone SVOD app dedicated exclusively to Turkish dramas dubbed in Spanish.

The National Association of Broadcasters won’t be moving forward with the NAB Show, a move that also cancels the co-located Sales and Management Television Exchange and the Radio Show, co-produced by the NAB and the Radio Advertising Bureau.  By Adam Jacobson - Radio TV Business Report

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the annual four-week long celebration beginning on September 15th, Hemisphere Media Group, Inc. (HMTV) is marking the occasion by recognizing the distinct yet interconnected histories, cultures, and contributions of the nation’s largest minority group.

HispanicAd in association with Adam R Jacobson are proud to announce the availability of the 2020 Hispanic TV Programming Report (previously Hispanic TV Upfront Report) for our readers.

Univision announced the premiere of “¿Qué Le Pasa a Mi Familia?” (What’s Happening to my Family?), a new drama, with a stellar cast, that emphasizes the importance of family, love, and respect. Starring Mane de La Parra and Eva Cedeño “¿Qué Le Pasa a Mi Familia?” premieres Monday, August 30, at 7 p.m. ET/PT (6 CT).

Kanal D Drama is bringing the series “Amor y Travesuras” to the U.S. Hispanic market. This captivating family drama, which will make fans of Turkish productions laugh and cry, will make its U.S. debut on Kanal D Drama on September 1st, with a preview on Facebook on August 29th for the exclusive enjoyment of the loyal followers of Kanal D Drama in the United States.

WAPA Television, has further amplified its commitment to serving the Island and its students with the creation of a new internship program between WAPA’s NotiCentro and the Recinto Universitario de Mayagüez (RUM), a campus of the University of Puerto Rico (UPR).

Univision announced the premiere of “La Desalmada” (The Fiend), a powerful melodrama with a stellar cast that will bring love, passion, and unexpected plot twists to Univision’s primetime.