After Rodriguez’s Retirement, Univision Names 35-Year-Old Chief

By Andrew Gauthier 

The New York Times

Univision, the nation’s most-watched Spanish language television network, named a new chief Friday after its longtime president said he would retire at the end of the year.

The management changes were announced as Univision accelerated its plans to produce more original shows, eight months after settling a lengthy lawsuit with its primary supplier of prime-time programs.

Univision Communications, which operates the network and which is owned by a consortium of private equity firms, said that the president, Ray Rodriguez, would be succeeded by Cesar Conde, 35, the company’s chief strategy officer.More…

Advertisement
Advertisement