Univision Content Chief Stepping Down

Isaac Lee, the man who oversaw Univision’s push into digital through the creation of Fusion and the acquisition of the Gawker assets, will now launch a TV production company.

Univision Ups Lee To Chief Content Officer

Univision executive Lee continues his meteoric ascent at the company in a move to streamline content production across both Univision and Televisa. Televisa has a 40% stake in Univision that could rise to 49% with Univision’s IPO. 

What Univision Saw In What’s Left Of Gawker

In many Hispanic homes in the United States, Univision is a constant TV presence and a huge influence. Last week, though, Univision made news with a purchase far afield from that core: It bought Gawker Media’s sites — English-language, not especially concerned with Latino culture and oriented toward a young audience that is glued not to TV sets but to smartphones. What’s going on here? “The future is young, digital and diverse,” the company’s news and digital chief, Isaac Lee, said in his first interview since the successful bid at auction last week.


Lee To Head Univision News, Ent. And Digital

Isaac Lee will be responsible for Univision Cmmunications’ news, entertainment and digital content across platforms, as well as the company’s music efforts.

Univision, Cox Chiefs Join AP Board

Univision News’ Sandra Thomas Leaves

The departure of the Hispanic network’s senior director of local and affiliate news was announced by Univision Television Group President Kevin Cuddihy and Isaac Lee, the company’s president of news.

Fusion Names Univision’s Isaac Lee As CEO

Univision Makes Key Exec Appointments

Veteran journalist Isaac Lee named president of news and Alexander “Sandy” Brown named president of sports while 26-Year Univision veteran Alina Falcón to become special adviser.