Large companies increased their weekly online ad impressions from 30 million to 37 million during the fourth quarter of 2000 but the online advertising market is still dominated by small and mid-size companies who tend to be dot.coms, according to AdRelevance, a Jupiter Media Metrix.

According to the new eLatin America Report, Brazil's 3.9 million internet users accounts for 40% of the region's total internet usage, which is, by far, the most of any country.

Univision Communications announced the promotion of Lori Morley to Manager of National Sales and Marketing. Morley will be responsible for attracting new advertisers to Univision's owned and operated stations, Entravision and other Univision affiliates.

Financial risks are growing for the Internet backbone industry thanks to a looming bandwidth glut, according to a new article by telecom magazine, America's Network.

Hispanic Television Network, Inc. (HTVN) announced that James A. Ryffel, founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors will become Interim CEO of the company. Mr. Ryffel replaces Marco Camacho who served as CEO since February 2000.

A first-of-its-kind global ethnographic study of wireless use, desires and opportunities has found that cultural differences, difficulty learning to use devices, and not enough emphasis on the social utility of wireless are keeping the wireless industry from reaching its potential.

UnoDosTres, an Internet television network, serving the English, Spanish and Portuguese speaking communities worldwide, and Nikolai, a network of web sites for families and children, have reached an agreement to create a new venture by combining their talents to provide television entertainment,

Univision Communications announced four executive promotions within its Network Sales Department.

Mobile data will have a U.S. population penetration rate of nearly 60% by 2007, up from its current 2%, according to a new report released by The Strategis Group. This better-than-expected growth is attributed to aggressive deployment of high-speed services in the U.S.

Next Generation Network announced that it will partner with ¡Exito!, the Chicago Tribune's Spanish-language weekly newspaper, to provide news, weather, sports and entertainment to Chicago's Latino community. has launched an interactive sports TV program with Azul TV, one of Argentina's over-the-air networks. The show, titled "SportsYA!TV, El Magazine," will also air in Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia.

Galascene, the half-hour bilingual program introduced last season on Galavision draws record audiences prompting the network to order 22 new episodes for 2001.

With a growth rate of over 230%, the year 2000 was a watershed period for residential high-speed Internet access in the United States.

Media Metrix reports that media players now are installed on 99 percent of U.S. home PCs, enabling these computers to deliver both online and offline digital-audio and video to consumers.

Global Crossing Ltd. announced the completion of a critical network segment, connecting the U.S. and Mexico to Central America and the Caribbean. The 10,000 km segment, known as Pan