The Jon Stewart of Spanish-language TV, Jaime Bayly, pretty much endorsed Obama on Wednesday night.  Why is this news?  Well, if you're a regular viewer of Bayly's talk show on Mega TV in Miami (airing nation

Tuesday night TV in Miami was an absolute classic--and I would submit historic.  I would go so far as saying that it was historic TV programming in ANY LANGUAGE.

It's not every day that Univision undertakes major collaborations for special events, and the upcoming "Premios Deportes" i

     There’s an old saying about television ratings: You can’t fall off the floor.
But with her CBS Evening News ratings at abysmally low levels, Katie Couric and crew have proven that their ethics can.

As I've said before, I don't watch a lot of TV.  Call me old fashioned, but I'm a newspaper and magazine junkie.  Oh yeah,

NBC has seen the Spanish writing on the wall.

 Thank goodness I decided to take a breather before I posted this latest entry.  I wrote it but set it aside, and then bam!  I read the big news about Jackie Hernandez-Fallous joining Telemundo....the challen

Honestly, I cringe every time I read something that essentially equates good marketing with TV, whether you're talking about English-language or Spanish-language TV.  So when I recently read about Nielsen's "

A few years ago while attending a Hispanic marketing conference, I stated during a Q&A session that a brand manager or director should never relinquish his or her stewardship of the brand to the brand's H

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