Telemundo University is a hands-on training program created for undergraduate journalism students who want to pursue careers in local broadcast and serve bilingual audiences in the United States. Graduates can pursue newsroom careers at 40 NBC and Telemundo owned stations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
Individual station apps and websites feature a new TV Everywhere experience for Spanish-language audiences.
NBCU’s Telemundo Station Group adds nine stations in six markets in the $75 million deal announced in December. The group now boasts stations in 24 markets in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
Andrew Deschapelles, the interim vice president and general manager of KTAZ Phoenix and KHRR Tucson, now gets the job permanently.
Olympics veterans Bruce Beck, Brian Curtis, Katie Kim, JC Monahan, Kevin Nathan, Eun Yang and news anchors/reporters from 10 markets travel to South Korea to cover the XXIII Winter Olympics and deliver unique content across all station platforms including television, digital and social.
The program, sponsored by NBC O&Os and Telemundo-owned stations, will recognize nonprofits using tech and innovation to solve everyday challenges and award nearly $5 million in grants during 2018 and 2019.
The Telemundo-owned Spanish-language multicast network’s programming is now available on Spectrum systems serving top Hispanic markets.