Wednesday, July 17, 2019

In a battle between two giants, Telemundo seems to be winning

Five years ago, Telemundo had less than half the audience of rival Univision and was headquartered in a former shoe warehouse in a neighborhood that flooded each time a hurricane blew through Miami. “Hispanic media today is no longer about habit. It’s about choice,” said Cesar Conde, chairman of NBCUniversal International Group and NBCUniversal Telemundo […]

Guest Blogger: Alfredo Estrada “Here We Go Again”

We’ve seen this movie before. Many of us at LATINO Magazine worked at HISPANIC, launched in 1988 during the so-called “Decade of the Hispanic.” It certainly wasn’t, and no one would make the same claim of the naughty ’90s and double-barreled ’00s. But here we go again… Latinos (not Hispanics!) were the decisive factor in […]

Lionsgate and Televisa Unite to Produce Hispanic-focused Films

The Mexican mega-studio, Televisa, known for its hit telenovelas and Lionsgate, a leading entertainment studio, are teaming up to bring Hispanic-focused films to the big screen. The companies are expected to announce on Tuesday plans for the creation of Pantelion Films, a joint venture by the two companies that will release eight to 10 movies […]