November 09, 2018

Entravision Communications Corporation announced that Mario M. Carrera has decided to step down as Chief Revenue Officer.  Entravision has commenced a search for a successor and Mr. Carrera will remain in his position until a replacement is named.

"For the past 15 years, Mario has been a valuable member of the Entravision team and a tremendous resource as we executed on our strategic initiatives," said Walter F. Ulloa, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Entravision.  "On behalf of everyone at Entravision I want to personally thank him for his service and dedication to our company, our employees and the Latino community.  We hold Mario in the highest regard and wish him all the best as he embarks on the next chapter of his life."

"I am proud to have been part of Entravision, an outstanding organization that continues to play a critical role in the development of the Hispanic media industry, and more importantly in our local communities," said Carrera.  "This was truly a difficult decision, but one made with the input and support of my family.  I want to express my appreciation to Walter for his leadership, friendship, and belief in my abilities, and it has been my pleasure to serve with an exceptional team of colleagues and dedicated professionals."

Mr. Carrera joined Entravision in 2003 and served as the Vice President and General Manager leading Entravision's radio, television and interactive assets in Colorado.  Under his tenure in Colorado, Entravision's Noticias Univision Colorado won 14 Emmys, in addition to KCEC-TV winning the Best 2010 Public Service Award Campaign from the Colorado Broadcasters Association.  In 2012, Carrera was elevated into corporate roles, serving first as Entravision's Senior Vice President of Spanish Language Television, and then as Chief Revenue Officer from August 2012 to present.  Carrera is a graduate of Harvard University.


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