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Domenic Marte In 2010 Domenic Marte was nominated with 3 awards on Premio Lo Nuestro a Univison award show.
Mauricio Henao He has appeared in several Telemundo produced serials such as "¿Dónde Está Elisa?", "El Fantasma de Elena", and "Mi Corazón Insiste". In Univison, he appeared in La tempestad.
Lewis University Television Network The Lewis University Television Network facilities include a 20' X 25' television studio with a news set (donated by Univison WGBO/WXFT - Chicago), 3 Cameras, dimer-able 24 channel lighting system, wired / wireless microphones, 3ME production switcher, 64X64 router, 3 Robotic Cameras pedestals, production automation software, Chyron Duet CG, 24 channel audio console, dual digital video playout system, teleprompter, and a matrix intercom system.
Robert G. Rose Rose began his TV advertisement sales career in his native Tennessee before moving to New York City to work for Univison, the U.S. Spanish language TV network. After three years with Univision, Rose created "American Latino Syndication" to create English language, culturally relevant television for young, U.S. born Latinos who were not being reached by Spanish language TV.
United States cable news Fusion is owned by Univision Communications, The channel was created as a joint venture between Univison and Disney-ABC Television Group subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company and relies in part on the resources of their respective news divisions, ABC News and Noticias Univision. The channel launched in October 2013. The network's content features news, lifestyle, pop culture, satire and entertainment aimed at English-speaking millennials, including those of a Hispanic background; the channel is Univision's first major push into English-language programming. The channel features talent such as Alicia Menendez, Mariana Atencio and Jorge Ramos.
KNIC-DT Univision had applied for a license to build a full-power television station in 2000 on UHF channel 52 in Blanco; after the Federal Communications Commission awarded Univision the license at auction, Univison requested that the FCC move the allocation to UHF channel 17; the request was granted in February 2003. KNIC-TV was founded on July 13, 2005. The formal application for KNIC-TV called for Univision to either move KNIC-CA to another channel, or to shut it down outright, KNIC-CA moved to channel 34 under special temporary authorization, before it ceased operations on September 28, 2006. KNIC-DT was one of the few television stations to have been built and signed on by Univision Communications.