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Telemundo (tv network)

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  • Telemundo's 'El Señor' finale attracts 3.6 million viewers

    Telemundo's 'El Señor' finale attracts 3.6 million viewers
    Telemundo's original productions are starting to pay dividends for NBCUniversal. Monday night's series finale of the Spanish-language telenovela, "El Señor de los Cielos," (translated as "The Lord of the Skies") attracted 3.6 million viewers, making...
  • Telemundo shake-up: President Emilio Romano exits

    Telemundo shake-up: President Emilio Romano exits
    Another high-ranking NBCUniversal executive is leaving. This time it is Telemundo President Emilio Romano who is exiting after just two years in the top position at the Spanish-language network. For Romano, the handwriting has been on the wall for...
  • Frank L. Fouce dies at 85; brought theater, TV to Latino audiences

    Frank L. Fouce dies at 85; brought theater, TV to Latino audiences
    Frank L. Fouce, an impresario of Spanish-language entertainment who turned downtown's historic Million Dollar Theater into a prestigious venue for a burgeoning Latino market and helped launch the television network that became Univision, died Sept. 22...
  • PGA extends TV rights for Ryder Cup with NBC

    PGA extends TV rights for Ryder Cup with NBC
    The PGA and NBC announced Friday that the the Ryder Cup, the most prestigious team event in golf, will stay on the network through 2030. NBC has televised the competition since 1991. This agreement features new programming and special coverage of the...
  • David Letterman extends deal with CBS through 2015

    David Letterman extends deal with CBS through 2015
    David Letterman isn't going away just yet. The CBS late-night host has extended his contract through 2015. His deal had been set to expire in 2014. In a statement, Letterman cracked that he had a conversation with CBS Chief Executive Leslie Moonves...
  • ABC's 'Lucky 7' canceled after two airings

    ABC's 'Lucky 7' canceled after two airings
    ABC's "Lucky 7" has the dubious distinction of being the first show canceled in the 2013-14 television season. The Tuesday night drama about seven lottery winners averaged fewer than 5 million viewers in its premiere last week and then this week its...
  • Obama cites California to tout his healthcare law

    [Updated, 10:56 a.m. June 7: SAN JOSE – President Obama on Friday morning held up California as an example of how his healthcare law will help consumers, citing the state’s progress getting health insurers to offer better plans at affordable...
  • 'WWE SummerSlam' throws down on Twitter

    'WWE SummerSlam' throws down on Twitter
    WWE's SummerSlam's pay-per-view wrestling event at Staples Center was among the most discussed TV events on social media last week, according to Nielsen's SocialGuide. Fan favorite Daniel Bryan defeated John Cena on Sunday to capture his first WWE...
  • In Time Warner-CBS dispute, is a customer lawsuit warranted? [Poll]

    In Time Warner-CBS dispute, is a customer lawsuit warranted? [Poll]
    This post has been corrected, as noted below. Precious close to 100% of the columns written about the dispute between CBS and Time Warner Cable have declared both sides to be villainous, anti-consumer and (gasp!) profit-obsessed. Which raises the...
  • Man, 9 teens charged after Zimmerman protests, Hollywood robberies

    Man, 9 teens charged after Zimmerman protests, Hollywood robberies
    A Los Angeles man and nine teenagers who allegedly committed criminal acts during a series of otherwise peaceful protests last week have been charged, prosecutors said Tuesday. The group was among those arrested during a series of demonstrations against...
  • Man headed to court in attacks during Zimmerman protests

    Man headed to court in attacks during Zimmerman protests
    A Los Angeles man will return to court later this month after being accused of accosting two news crews covering the protests of the George Zimmerman verdict in Leimert Park. Shareef Abdullah, 28, and nine teenagers allegedly committed criminal acts...