In an astonishing ratings development, "Cristina," a Univision network talk-show starring Cristina Saralegui seen locally on Spanish-language UHF-TV station Univision 41 (WXTV) here, scored a whopping 4.3 Nielsen Station Index (NSI) rating and 7 share last night (Monday, December 18) from 10 pm t

The election of George W. Bush as 43rd president of the United States should bring a more hands-off approach on business, meaning less regulation for the telecommunications industry, according to Dataquest Inc., a unit of Gartner Group, Inc.

The year 2000 has been a year of highs and lows in the Internet industry. The market high was followed by a steep decline that began in March and continues into the year 2001. Many dot.coms cut personnel, began cost saving strategies, and others closed.

Latino Broadcasting Company announces that as of January 1, 2001 it's popular national sports talk-show "Informadores del Deporte" will adopt the name "Hoy en el Deporte...con los Informadores".'s subscribers enjoy access to the most current news, reviews,
contests and to over 1,000 original articles published by in the last 5 years.

The Internet Advertising Bureau commissioned MBinteractive to conduct the IAB Online Advertising Effectiveness Study in order to help value the advertising impact of online communications, since much of what is known and predicted about the medium is within the context of direct marketing.

The Mexican National Soccer Team (MNST) announced a broad partnership with U.S. national Spanish-language television network Telemundo to broadcast all of the Mexican National Team's exhibition and official games.

International soccer legend Hugo Sanchez has joined Radio Unica's sports team. Effective January 2001, Hugo Sanchez will provide commentary and analysis for the network's special World Cup programming and its exclusive broadcast of major soccer tournaments.

Azteca America Incorporated announced that it has received final approval from the Federal Communications Commission for the construction of KIDN-TV/Channel 54, a full-power analog television station that secures Azteca America's entry into Los Angeles, the number one Hispanic market in the U.S.

For more information:

Juan Montenegro
Director of Sales
Amigo Broadcasting Company
Phone 806 355 1044

Entravision: Networking the Hispanic Market

* Entravision operates the largest centrally programmed Spanish-language Radio network in the United States.

* Entravision serves 24 markets via 54 owned and
operated stations.

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