The total of $50.5 million was the result of record political advertising and higher retrans dollars partially offset by lower local and national ad revenue.
The Hispanic broadcaster consolidates digital media, consumer insights and technology businesses under the Entravision brand.
The agreement includes local TV rating services, audio, and digital ratings for Entravision’s 22 predominantly Spanish-language markets.
Entravision, the Spanish-language TV and radio broadcaster, has closed on its $3.55 million purchase of independent KMCC Las Vegas (DMA 40) from Cranston Acquisition LLC of Chicago. Headed by CEO Walter Ulloa, the publicly traded Entravision owns 54 TV stations and is the largest affiliate of Univision and UniMas. Greg J. Guy of Patrick Communications represented […]
Here’s a situation at the FCC worth watching as we could see similar requests down the line. Entravision has asked the agency to modify the TV market of WJAL after receiving $25.5 mlllion in the incentive auction to vacate the station’s original channel allocation in Hagerstown, Md.
The Hispanic media company realizes $264 million from the FCC incentive auction. At its TV segment, revenue was down 9% from 3Q 2016, primarily due to lower political ad money. Digital segment revenue climbed almost 200%.
A bright spot for the company’s overall results is its digital revenue, which was boosted by the 2Q acquisition of Headway, a provider of mobile, programmatic, data and performance digital marketing solutions primarily in the United States, Mexico and other markets in Latin America.
2016 Spot Revenue: $150.4 million Stations: 58 in 24 markets Coverage: 13.9% Ownership: Entravision Communications Corp. (NYSE: EVC) Key Executives: Walter F. Ulloa, chairman-CEO; Christopher T. Young, EVP-CFO-treasurer; Jeffery A. Liberman, president-COO; Mario M. Carrera, chief revenue officer; Esteban Lopez Blanco, chief strategy officer, corporate development & innovation. What’s Up: In March, the company gave COO Jeffery Liberman […]
The Spanish-language broadcaster already owns KINC Las Vegas, but its FCC filing says the deal is exempt from the FCC’s prohibition against owning two stations in a market.
The fourth quarter TV revenue grew 9% to $43.4 million, boosted by political ad dollars.
The Spanish-language station owner says the decrease to $40.4 million is primarily due to nonrecurring channel modifications that weren’t offset by increases in national and political advertising as well as higher retransmission consent fees.
Entravision, owner of Univision- and Unimas-affiliated stations, will launch a digital content initiative through an investment and partnership with Chanclazo Studios, a digital production studio that creates and distributes short- and long-form 3D animation, virtual reality and augmented reality content for Hispanics.
18. ENTRAVISION, Los Angeles 2015 Spot Revenue: $128.2 million Stations: 58 in 24 markets Coverage: 13.9% Ownership: Entravision Communications Corp. (NYSE: EVC) Key Executives: Walter F. Ulloa, chairman-CEO; Christopher T. Young, EVP-CFO-treasurer; Jeffery A. Liberman, COO; Mario M. Carrera, chief revenue officer.
The Spanish-Language broadcaster says the drop to $39.8 million is primarily due to the absence of World Cup and significant political advertising revenue in 2015 compared to 2014, and a decrease in local advertising revenue, partially offset by an increase in retransmission consent revenue.
Lilly Gonzalez becomes EVP of integrated marketing solutions, East Coast, while Humberto Hormaza is now SVP, integrated marketing solutions, Orlando.
Fox and Scripps veteran Marta Salazar is tapped to oversee political advertising sales for the company’s television and radio stations.
Entravision continues its downsizing of news operations. It has now canceled the morning newscasts in all of its stations across the country, laying off most of the talent. Buenos Días DC, Despierta San Diego, Despierta El Paso and Alegre Despertar in McAllen, Texas, are among the morning shows affected.
Higher national advertising and retransmission consent revenue help power the increase.
The drop to $36.4 million is due to a lack of political and World Cup advertising that help boost the quarter in 2014.
TV segment operating expenses grew only 1% from this time last year.
Growth is fueled by retrans, political and World Cup advertising that helped offset decreases in local and national ad revenue.
The increase to $41.3 million is driven by higher retransmission consent money as well as political and World Cup advertising.
The increase to $37.7 million is driven by higher core advertising and retransmission consent money.
In anticipation of tighter retransmission consent regulations, the Spanish-language station owner wants the FCC to allow it to keep on negotiating contracts for Entravision stations as well.
Lower political could not be offset by increased ad revenue and higher retransmission consent money.
Lower political and retransmission consent revenue, coupled with increased operating expenses are the culprits.
The rise comes from higher local ad revenue and retransmission consent money. Walter F. Ulloa, chairman-CEO: “Core revenue … from our television and radio segments outperformed their respective industry averages, and we improved our free cash flow over the second quarter of 2012.”
The new agreement renews a partnership for 56 TV stations and is expanded to include 49 radio stations.
Gains in political, core and retransmission consent boost numbers for the Hispanic broadcaster.
Entravision, the owner of a slew of Spanish-language TV stations, has altered an agreement where Univision serves as its rep firm. Entravision will now pay Univision a percentage of all local and national sales generated at a particular station, rather than just a commission on national business.
Entravision Communications Corp. has promoted Mario M. Carrera to the newly-created position of senior vice president of Spanish-language television, overseeing and managing all of Entravision’s Spanish-language television properties. Carrera previously led Entravision’s radio, television and interactive assets in Colorado as the VP-GM for eight years. Carrera has more than 20 years of experience as a […]
Chris Young, CFO of Entravision, the largest Univision affiliate group, said the company doesn’t expect GOP primary candidates to spend heavily in targeting Hispanics in the coming weeks. But the ultimate winner will as the general election takes shape.
Entravision Communications Corp. today announced that Scot Linden has been appointed the new general sales manager for its KBNT-LD (Univision) and KDTF-LP (Telefutura) in San Diego (DMA 28). Linden will be responsible for leading Entravision’s local, regional and national sales initiatives and their sales teams. It also provides programming under time brokerage arrangements to the […]
Results from a TV-radio station test indicate that jointly selling radio and TV advertising together in simultaneous campaigns can increase audience reach — and deliver near primetime viewership levels — all with the help of a single-source measuring system.
Lack of World Cup and political money is blamed for the decrease from the same quarter last year.
Political advertising and retransmission consent revenue are the main contributors to the boost to $33.8 million.
Entravision Communications Corp. today announced the addition of Juan Carlos Gutierrez as new anchor for its Univision affiliates KCEC Denver and KVSN Colorado Springs-Pueblo, effective Jan. 17. In his new role, Gutierrez will deliver daily local and national headlines on the Noticias Univision Colorado local evening newscasts every weekday at 5 and 10 p.m. on […]