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Yulieth Botello Promoted to Video Journalist at KTLM

telemundo1Telemundo’s KTLM has promoted Yulieth Botello to video journalist for “Noticias Telemundo 40” airing weekdays at 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. She’ll join co-anchors Hugo Magallan and Dalila Garza, weather anchor Elizabeth Robaina, sports anchor Hector Zapata and entertainment reporter Mayra Galva on the show.

Botello had been a production assistant and assistant assignment desk editor at the Rio Grande Valley station since May 2014.

“We are very excited to welcome Yulieth as our new video journalist for Noticias Telemundo 40,” Jose Flores, president and general manager of KTLM, said in a statement. “I am certain that she will help our news team deliver the news and information that our viewers want and deserve.”

Her first day on-air was this past Tuesday.

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Telemundo Station KVEA Beats Univision’s KMEX For the First Time in 27 Years

telemundoLos Angeles Telemundo station KVEA is celebrating a huge accomplishment: finally beating Univision rival KMEX in the ratings.

According to Nielsen data, “Noticiero Telemundo52″ at 11:00 p.m. was the most-watched local program for adults 18-49, regardless of language, during September 2014.

“Securing the No. 1 spot in our market for this key demographic at 11:00 p.m. and regardless of language – for the first time in 27 years – confirms that we are delivering our viewers the local news and information they want,” Celia Chavez, president and general manager of KVEA, said in a statement. “We have a dynamic news team that works passionately to provide our viewers with the information they need and we will continue to deliver live, local breaking news and aggressive weather coverage for the communities we serve.”

The show averaged a 1.4 rating (107K impressions) for adults 18-49 and averaged a 36 percent audience share among all other Spanish-language stations in the market in this time frame.

The last time KMEX was knocked off the #1 spot at 11:00 p.m. (among adults 18-49) was October 2011.

Telemundo Station Expands in Rio Grande Valley

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KTLM, the NBC Universal-owned Telemundo station, has expanded its broadcasts. The station has added a new team of anchors to “Noticias Telemundo 40” and has expanded its live news coverage on weekdays at 10:00 p.m. and on weekends at 4:30 and 10:00 p.m.

The Rio Grande Valley station has hired Hugo Magallan as weekday news co-anchor and Elizabeth Robaina as a weather anchor, while promoting Hector Zapata to sports anchor and Ana Cecilia Mendez to weekend anchor.

Magallan previously worked at Univision McAllen, while Robaina comes from WAPA in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The new team has joined “Noticias Telemundo 40″ anchor Dalila Garza and “Acceso Total” entertainment reporter Mayra Galvan weekdays at 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.

The new anchor team’s first show aired yesterday.

(Pictured: Elizabeth Robaina and Hugo Magallan)

Telemundo Announces Changes in Sales Leadership

telemundo_304x200The Telemundo Station Group announced a few changes in its sales leadership team.

Matt Boxer was named VP of Business Development, Joe Napolitano was named VP of the National Sales Offices and Jenney Valverde was named VP of Sales Marketing.

Mike Chico, SVP of Sales for the Telemundo Station Group said in a statement, “Matt, Joe and Jenney each bring valuable insights and years of experience to our sales team and I look forward to working with them.”

Boxer will head up a newly created team of five Business Development Directors. He spent 18 years at Univision working in various sales leadership positions at Univision’s local stations in Miami and New York. He has also served as VP of Marketing and Strategic Solutions for the Univision Station Group and as SVP of the Client Development Group. Boxer comes to Telemundo from Meredith Xcelerated Marketing.

Napolitano will oversee the National Sales Offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco and Mexico City. He has worked at Telemundo since 2004.

Valverde was most recently the senior director of Sales Marketing for the Telemundo Station Group. She started her career with NBCUniversal as a page 17 years ago.

Frederik Oldenburg Joins Telemundo Las Vegas as Sports Anchor

Frederik-OldenburgFrederik Oldenburg has been named sports anchor for “Noticiero Telemundo Las Vegas” at 6:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. Oldenburg made his first on-air appearance on Telemundo Las Vegas this past Monday August 11, joining news anchor Beatriz Moncayo and weather anchor Leticia Castro.

“It is an honor to be a part of the Telemundo Las Vegas news team,” Oldenburg said in a statement. “I’m excited to have the opportunity to inform the Las Vegas Hispanic community about the sports teams and players they are interested in and look forward to providing engaging reports for our viewers every day.”

Prior to this position, Oldenburg had been host and reporter for “Anótala,” a sports debate-style news program for Canal Plus Entertainment in Caracas, Venezuela.

Enrique Teuteló Named Co-Anchor at Telemundo 39

telemundoTelemundo 39 in Dallas-Fort Worth has announced the addition of Enrique Teuteló as co-anchor of “Noticiero Telemundo 39″ at 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. Teuteló will join co-anchor Norma Garcia, sports anchor Ramon Diaz and meteorologist Néstor Flecha.

“I am honored and thrilled to join Telemundo 39 and looking forward to working with this award-winning team to help report on issues of importance to the Hispanic community,” Teuteló said in a statement.

Prior to this position, Teuteló had been the morning anchor for Univision’s WXTV in New York. His new job is effective immediately.

Jerry Vazquez Named KTMD News Director

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Jerry Vazquez has joined KTMD, the Telemundo station in Houston, as news director, media blogger Mike McGuff reports. Vazquez had been executive producer at KTRK, the ABC affiliate in Houstin, for the past 13 years. Prior to KTRK, Vazquez worked at KMID Midland, Texas, where he was news director.

“I want to thank KTRK for the last 13 years of my career,” Vazquez told McGuff. “I will miss my friends who I worked along side, and not only worked with, but also learned from.”

According to McGuff, this is not Vazquez’s first time at a Telemundo station. Back in 1989 he helped launch Telemundo San Antonio’s “Noticiero 60″, where he served as its first assignments editor/assistant news director.

Vazquez’s new position is effective immediately.

NBC Universal Buys WWSI in Philadelphia

NBC Universal is acquiring WWSI, the Telemundo affiliate in Philadelphia, from ZGS Communications, according to Broadcasting & Cable.

NBC will buy the station for $19 million and form a duopoly with WCAU, the NBC-owned station in Philadelphia. NBC also owns the Telemundo Network.

“We are looking forward to building off the success of our Philadelphia Telemundo affiliate and helping expand the reach of Telemundo,” the company said in a statement, according to B&C. “This acquisition highlights our commitment to the Spanish-language community and will help bolster our ongoing efforts to serve our Hispanic communities, businesses and audiences.”

Tom Arnost Named New Telemundo Executive

Tom Arnost has been named to the newly created position of executive vice president & chief revenue officer for the Telemundo Station Group.

Arnost wil lead the groups revenue generating functions including the national and local sales offices as well as digital and new business initiatives, local events and out of home platforms.

“Tom has been a key player in leading the charge of raising awareness about the Hispanic market and the value of the U.S. Hispanic audience for many years,” said president of Telemundo, Manuel Abud. “As Telemundo continues to grow its audience share and work with partners new to the Spanish-language television landscape, his reputation and deep experience driving revenue growth will foster further success for our Station Group.”

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Chris McDonnell Named GM of Telemundo Chicago

Chris McDonnell will join WSNS, Telemundo’s O&O in Chicago, as president and general manager reports Broadcasting & Cable.

“Chris has an extensive background in broadcast television, including both Spanish-language and general market,”  said Manuel Abud, president of the Telemundo Station Group.  “He is no stranger to Chicago or Telemundo, having grown up in Chicago and previously managed the Telemundo Chicago sales team.”

McDonnell comes from within the NBC Universal family.  Previously he was vice president of sales and marketing for NBC owned station KXAS in Dallas.

His appointment fills the vacancy left by the departure of Celia Chavez who was named president and general manager of KVEA, Telemundo’s owned station in Los Angeles.

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