2008 Hispanic Summit Live!
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Ramos: Road to White House Runs Through Univision
New York -- Univision newsman Jorge Ramos accepted the B&C/Multichannel News Lifetime of Achievement in Hispanic Television award Thursday, less than two weeks before what he called the biggest election in American history—the outcome of which he says will hinge on the rapidly expanding Hispanic community.>>>
Quality Trumps Language When Seeking Hispanic Viewers
New York -- Regardless of the platform or the language, if you have good content, the audience will come. That was the message at a panel discussion at the B&C/Multichannel News Hispanic Summit in New York Thursday.>>>
Hispanic Television Summit: Telemundo To Encore Popular Novela on Mun2
New York -- Capitalizing on the ratings success of nightly telenovela Sin Senos no Hay Paraiso and its unexpected popularity with the younger crowd, Telemundo will re-air the show in January 2009, replete with English subtitles on the Mun2 network. >>>
What Do Latinas Want On TV?
New York -- Hispanic women might be making the final purchasing decisions in the household, but television content that is relevant to their lifestyle is hard to find in today’s media mix.>>>
Witmer Has Latino Market Dreams
New York -- Time Warner Cable programming chief Melinda Witmer called the U.S. Hispanic market a cable company’s dream, while offering some insights on how networks that have yet to gain carriage with the distributor can fulfill those aspirations.>>>
Comcast Eyes More Spanish-Language Network Upgrades
New York -- Comcast, which already upgraded 10 Spanish-language networks from a tier to digital basic in Miami as a means to boost advertising sales, is planning similar moves in Chicago, Houston and San Francisco.>>>
More Choice for Hispanic Viewers
As many operators work to expand their bandwidth to accommodate more high-definition content, the new capacity is opening up opportunities for MSOs to increase their Hispanic channel lineups.>>>
Jorge Ramos: Newsman of the Americas
A few days after officially becoming the Republican Party's presidential candidate, Sen. John McCain agreed to sit down with a television anchor for his first post-convention interview in Colorado Springs, Colo. The 15-minute conversation was not with ABC, NBC or CBS, but with Univision's Jorge Ramos, the network's star reporter and anchor of Noticiero Univisión. >>>
Spanish-Language TV's Wall St. Woes
The economic downturn that has slowed or reversed the fortunes of even the soundest sectors is expected to bring declines to one of the industry's strongest categories: Spanish-language television.>>>
Hispanic Television Summit Agenda
The 6th Annual Broadcasting & Cable/Multichannel News Hispanic Television Summit will address the many opportunities and challenges that technological developments in digital video delivery have created in all areas of Hispanic TV.>>>