Video didn’t kill the radio star. In fact, radio has recently seen record numbers across some coveted demographics, reaching 92% of Millennials each week. Nor did television kill the theater star, as the success of Hamilton attests. Even so, it seems that the birth of any new technology or media will stir predictions about the impending demise of its predecessor.

“Cuéntame Más” (Tell Me More), a new and innovative show that will join the weekday national lineup of the popular UniMás Network, will offer viewers stories and interviews from the network’s team of news and entertainment reporters, with a variety of original local programming. Topics for the Texas-based production will run the gamut from music and movies to intimate interviews with today’s hottest celebrities and pop culture icons. The show will air at 5 p.m. ET/PT (4 p.m. CT) on Fridays on UniMás.

The Univision Network announced the premiere of “Mi Marido Tiene Familia” (My Husband Has a Family), starring Daniel Arenas and Zuria Vega. The primetime comedy premieres on Monday, August 21, at 9 p.m. ET/PT (8 p.m. CT).

In the 1970s and '80s, agencies would seek to fulfill client business and marketing goals on TV by grouping prospects into broad descriptions of desired gender and age, say “women 18-45” for a new laundry detergent, with which they could negotiate with any one of the three -- then four -- broadcast networks. Frankly, although data has become the new lingua franca, this process is still very common.

The Korean fantasy drama will make its Latin American debut on Tuesday, August 15 (times vary by country), and will premiere in the U.S. on Monday, August 21, at 5:00pm ET / 2:00pm PT.

UNIVERSO announced the premiere of “UNIVERSO VICE,” a show produced by Vice Media for the U.S. Hispanic market set to premiere, Sunday, August 20 at 8pm/7C.

Univision and Story House Entertainment announced that the 12-episode second season of the original series “El Chapo” will premiere Sunday, September 17 at 10 p.m.

Walk into nearly any bar, gym, airport or office these days and you’re likely not only to find a television, but also viewers of all sorts with their eyes glued to the glass—from sports fans urging their teams on during a big game to money men tracking the financial markets to travelers monitoring news and weather reports. These consumers, out of the confines of their homes, are no less important to networks and advertisers when they’re out and about.

María Elena Salinas, an influential voice in television and Hispanic America for more than three decades, announced that she plans to leave the Univision News anchor chair at the end of the year.

The Univision Network announced the premiere of the epic series “La Tierra Prometida” (The Promised Land), a compelling story of courageous faith filled with adventure, temptation, intrigue, and forbidden love.

Univision Communications Inc. (UCI) on the heels of promoting Steve Mandala to president of Advertising Sales and Marketing, announced a new leadership team to manage its growing portfolio of ad-driven platforms.

LBI Media announced that its Estrella TV Network has added a new affiliate in Wichita, Kansas.

Univision Communications Inc. (UCI) announced the appointment of Steve Mandala to President of Advertising Sales and Marketing, effective immediately. Mandala, who was most recently Executive Vice President of Advertising Sales, will remain based in New York and will report to Tonia O’Connor, Chief Revenue Officer.

Cinelatino is set to premiere its first original series, “El Desconocido: La Historia del Cholo Adrián” (“The Unknown Hitman: The Story of El Cholo Adrián”), about the top lieutenant of the world’s most notorious drug lord.

NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises and Mazda North American Operations (Mazda) announced a premier multimedia advertising campaign that will introduce the all-new Mazda CX-5 to U.S. Hispanic audiences through “¡Al Bate!” (Batter Up!) – an eight episode, documentary style mini-series featuring former MLB player Ramiro Peña, who currently serves as an infielder for the Hiroshima Toyo Carp of Nippon Professional Baseball.

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