Telemundo has made three new executive hires, including a new executive vice president of programming for the network.
Veteran media executive Ronald Day will step into the programming role. He will oversee the entertainment, programing strategy and execution including daily planning. He will report to Luis Silberwasser, the president of Telemundo. This is a homecoming for Day. He previously served as an executive producer for NBC Telemundo.
Amanda Calpin has been named the company’s new chief financial officer. She will be responsible for managing all financial and accounting functions of Telemundo including our broadcast and cable networks, global studios, sports and news division, digital, international distribution groups and network corporate functions. Previously, Calpin was Chief Financial Officer for the Telemundo Station Group where she led all financial operations for all local Telemundo stations in the United States and Puerto Rico.
As Senior Vice President of Sales and Business Development for Telemundo Global Studios, Ignacio Barrera will be responsible for the syndication of Telemundo Studios and Telemundo International Studios productions, co-productions, and third party productions. Barrera will be based in Miami. Previously, he was chief content officer at Albavision.