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The Ticker: Moore, Greta, Acevedo & Krauze

  • Alison Moore has been named GM/EVP of TV Everywhere for NBCUniversal. In the new role, Moore will build a team to drive the consumer experience and develop marketing and strategy across NBCU networks. Moore is the GM/EVP of Daily Candy, which NBCU’s is shutting down.

  • Greta Van Susteren will interview Virginia congressional candidate Mike Dickinson. The democrat has promised a “war” on Fox News if elected. The interview airs on tomorrow night’s “On the Record” at 7pmET.

  • Two anchors from the same network are taking opposing views on who’s to blame for illegal immigrant deportations. Univision anchor Enrique Acevedo and Fusion host León Krauze wrote dueling op-eds, then took the debate to Twitter.

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State of the Union Coverage Plans: Broadcast Networks

obama state of the unionHere’s what the broadcast networks have planned for President Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday.

ABC: Diane Sawyer and George Stephanopoulos will anchor from Washington, D.C. They will be joined by Jonathan Karl, Martha Raddatz and Jeff Zeleny before and after the President’s speech. Sawyer will also anchor “World News” from D.C.

NBC: Brian Williams will anchor from Washington, D.C. He will be joined on set by David Gregory, Chuck Todd and Andrea Mitchell. Capitol Hill correspondent Kelly O’Donnell will report from inside the House chamber. Williams will also anchor “Nightly News” from D.C.

CBS: Scott Pelley will anchor from Washington, D.C. He will be joined by Bob Schieffer and Norah O’Donnell. CBS News will also have chief White House correspondent Major Garrett and Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reporting during primetime.

PBS: “NewsHour” co-anchors Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff will lead coverage. They will be joined by Mark Shields and David Brooks for political analysis.

FOX: Shepard Smith will anchor coverage of the President’s speech. Smith will be joined by “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace for analysis.

Univision: Univision will air the speech on cable network Galavision. Enrique Acevedo will anchor.

Univision to Launch Weekly Health Show

cita con tu saludUnivision has announced the launch of a new weekly health show set to debut tomorrow. “Cita con tu Salud” will be hosted by Enrique Acevedo and Pamela Silva Conde, with Univision chief medical correspondent Dr. Juan Rivera.

Univision says the show, which will air at 4:30pmET Sundays, will focus on a wide variety of medical issues and “place special emphasis on the Affordable Care Act.” Production of the show’s first season is supported by The California Endowment, a private health foundation that seeks to increase awareness of the ACA and enroll Latinos into health care.

“As the leading source of news and information for the U.S. Hispanic community, Univision News is excited to launch ‘Cita con tu Salud’ to address the main health concerns of our audiences and provide them with the information they need to better understand the new healthcare law,” Univision News president Isaac Lees said in a statement. “‘Cita con tu Salud’ is one more example of Univision’s commitment to informing and empowering U.S. Hispanics.”

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Univision’s Evening, Late Night Newscasts Post Gains During November Sweep

Univision’s evening and late night newscasts had a strong November sweeps period, particularly among younger viewers.

“Noticiero Univision,” the network’s evening newscast anchored by Jorge Ramos and María Elena Salinas, averaged 2.1 million Total Viewers and 1.0 million A25-54 viewers during the November sweep. The broadcast improved its audience for all four weeks in November and posted year-over-year increases across all the key demographics, including a +7% increase among A25-54 viewers.

Univision’s late night newscast, “Noticiero Univision Edicion Nocturna,” averaged 1.5 million Total Viewers and 745,000 A24-54 viewers during the November sweep. The program, anchored by Enrique Acevedo and Ilia Calderón, increased +7% in Total Viewers and +10% in younger viewers compared to last year’s sweep. Compared to ABC’s “Nightline,” CBS’ “Late Show with David Letterman” and NBC’s “Tonight Show With Jay Leno,” it was the only program to post a year-over-year increase among younger viewers.

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Enrique Acevedo Tapped as Univision Late Evening News Anchor

Univision has tapped Enrique Acevedo to serve as the new co-anchor on its late evening news program “Noticiero Univision Edición Nocturna.” He will co-anchor alongside Ilia Calderón, who joined the program last year.

Acevedo joins Univision from Telemundo, where he has served as a correspondent and anchor since January, 2011. Before joining Telemundo he was as a correspondent and anchor for Mexico’s Televisa.

More information, after the jump.

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