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Telemundo

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Telemundo

American Spanish language broadcast television network that is owned by the NBCUniversal Television Group division of NBCUniversal add

Category: Business (17)

Founded in 1999.

Countries: United States (40%), Mexico (18%), (11%)

Main connections: Telemundo Communications Group, NBC, Univision

Linked to: NBCUniversal, CBS, NBCUniversal Television Group, CNN

 

Timeline


 

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1999

Former CBS News vice president Joe Peyronnin founded Telemundo's news division in 1999 and served as its executive vice president until 2006 add something

 

Jeffrey Peterson - ", 24 June 1999 Peterson went on to sell a stake in the Spanish language website to Sony Pictures Entertainment and Telemundo LLC


2000

Univision - During the 2000s, Univision lost several key on-air personalities to Telemundo, including longtime weekend news anchor Maria Antonieta Collins, "Primer Impacto" anchor María Celeste Arrarás and sports announcer Andrés Cantor

 

Yo soy Betty, la fea - "Betty la fea" was created, filmed, and produced in Colombia and originally aired on RCN and was released to air on Telemundo on 2000, and on TeleFutura nine years later, in the United States

 

"Variety", May 16, 2000 add something


2001

News programs were created in the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks: "Hoy en el Mundo" , anchored by Marian de la Fuente and Jose Diaz-Balart, debuted to inform viewers of national and international events add something

 

Candela Ferro - Since joining Telemundo, now part of the NBC family, Candela has had the honor of hosting the Latin Billboard Music Awards in 2001, 2004, 2005 and 2006, an event that is watched by millions of viewers throughout the world


2002

Manolo Cardona - In 2002 he signed an exclusive contract with Telemundo and Argos Comunicación, and a year later in 2003 he starred in his first Mexican soap opera, "Ladrón de Corazones"

 

NBCUniversal - In 2002, NBC acquired the US Spanish-language broadcaster Telemundo, which included the bilingual Mun2 Television


2003

Patti LaBelle - In 2003, LaBelle participates in the tribute organized by the Spanish Television network Telemundo to the Cuban singer and legend of the Latin music Celia Cruz, singing with Gloria Estefan

 

Candela Ferro - She hosted for 4 consecutive years the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade for Telemundo and the Miss Universe Pageant from Panama in 2003, from Ecuador in 2004, Thailand in 2005, Los Angeles in 2006, from Mexico in 2007, from Vietnam in 2008 and from Bahamas in 2009

 

Humberto Zurita - Since 2003 he has worked for Argos Television, an independent media company that has produced telenovelas for TV Azteca and Telemundo Network associated company


2004

In 2004, Telemundo launched Telemundo Television Studios in Miami add something

 

Carolina la O - In 2004 Carolina continued her success when she was asked to join the Telemundo reality show on the Latin American television hit, Protagonistas de la Fama VIP.

 

Telemundo Communications Group - In 2004, Telemundo created Telemundo Television Studios in Miami


2005

McNamara retired from his position as CEO and was replaced by Don Browne, who had previously served as president and general manager of NBC's Miami O&O WTVJ, in 2005 add something

 

Saby Kamalich - In 2005 she acted in another Telemundo serial, "Corazón partido" where she reappeared as villain yet again in the role of "Virginia Graham"

 

Ana de la Reguera - In 2005 she played the starring role in "Gitanas" which aired on Telemundo in the United States

 

Francisco Gattorno - In 2005, Gattorno was incorporated as a new Telemundo star in the network's original production "Tierra de Pasiones" where he played the role of Pablo Gonzalez and shared credits with stars like Venezuelan actress Gabriela Spanic, Argentine actor Saul Lizaso and legendary Mexican actor and comedian Héctor Suárez


2006

Francisco Gattorno - In 2006 Gattorno starred in the new Telemundo version of Julio Jimenez's, "La Viuda de Blanco" where he played the role of Sebastian Blanco and shared credits with Mexican actress Itatí Cantoral

 

Khotan Fernandez - In 2006 Khotan was back in Mexico for the role of "Sergio" in "Corazón Partido", a Telemundo and Argos telenovela, in the same year he starred as "Caronte" in the movie "El Cartel"

 

Endemol - The show ended its run a little after that, but in late 2006 it began production again, but this time for Telemundo, in conjunction with Miami-based Endemol Latino.

 

Ion Television - The launch of the network was announced on May 8, 2006, when Ion Media Networks, NBC_Universal, Corus Entertainment's Nelvana unit, Scholastic Books, Classic Media and its Big Idea Productions unit announced plans to create Qubo as a multi-platform children's entertainment endeavor, that would extend to a weekly programming block on the network, NBC and Telemundo, and a video-on-demand service for digital cable providers

 

LATV - On November 22, 2006, Costa de Oro Television announced that it would turn the LATV format into a full-fledged national network with a standardized schedule, resulting in the network becoming a competitor with established Spanish language networks such as Univision, Telemundo and Azteca América; as a result, Costa de Oro Television was subsequently renamed LATV Networks


2007

Saby Kamalich - In 2007 Kamalich participates in another telenovela produced by Telemundo

 

Candela Ferro - In 2007 and 2008, Candela was the host of the new weekend edition of Telemundo's "Al Rojo Vivo" called "'Al Rojo Vivo: Fin de Semana con Candela Ferro"'

 

RTI Producciones - Starting from 2007, the Telemundo-R.T.I. studio in Miami is known as Telemundo Television Studios

 

In March 2007, NBC Universal announced that it had restructured Telemundo's entertainment division in an effort to narrow Univision's ratings dominance add something

 

Telemundo Communications Group - In March 2007, NBC Universal announced that it had restructured Telemundo's entertainment division in an effort to narrow Univision's ratings dominance

 

On December 21, 2007, NBCUniversal announced that WKAQ-TV was no longer for sale, indicating that Telemundo Puerto Rico would stay within the NBC family add something

 

Telemundo Communications Group - On December 21, 2007, NBCUniversal announced that WKAQ-TV was no longer for sale, indicating that Telemundo Puerto Rico would stay within the NBC family


2008

Elizabeth GutiArrez - In 2008, she took another female lead role, this time in the Telemundo production "El Rostro de Analía"

 

On March 18, 2008, Grupo & Televisa and NBC Universal announced a 10-year multiplatform agreement that would allow 1,000 hours of Telemundo programming, including news; entertainment; specials and sports, to be broadcast over not only Televisa's free-to-air channels, but its SKY México service and cable system starting in April of that year, as well as a planned Telemundo cable and satellite channel that would be operated as a joint venture between both companies, which launched in Mexico in August 2009 add something

 

Televisa - On March 18, 2008, Televisa and NBC Universal announced an 10-year multiplatform agreement that would allow 1000 hours of Telemundo programming from news, entertainment programs / specials, and sports to be broadcast over not only its Galavision channel , but its SKY Channel and Cablevision cable system starting in April, as well as a planned Telemundo pay TV channel to be launched later in 2008

 

Jacqueline Hernandez - In April 2008, Telemundo Media named Jacqueline Hernández as its chief operating officer

 

Natalia Streignard - Streignard was slated to be the main heroine in Telemundo's "El Juramento", which was to have started in May 2008

 

Subtitles briefly disappeared without notice starting October 14, 2008, amid budget cuts and as a result of the network's switch from analog to digital broadcasts; the network cited the need to concentrate resources on its core Spanish-speaking audience, but soon reversed its decision due to popular demand add something

 

Manolo Cardona - When it premiered on Telemundo on December 2008, it was the highest rated show in the history of the network


2009

Fabiola Campomanes - In 2009 he received the proposal to star in the novel Niños Ricos, Pobres Padres for the Network Telemundo

 

Jacqueline Hernandez - She reorganized the various sales practices under one new umbrella, the "Telemundo Group," and shortly thereafter was included as one of People en Español's 25 Most Powerful Women" in 2009 and 2011

 

On April 23, 2009, Telemundo became the first U.S.-based Spanish-language network to begin airing its primetime programming in high definition add something

 

Telemundo Communications Group - Telemundo and Televisa launched a jointly owned network in Mexico in August 2009


2010

Pedro Telemaco - He plays Osvaldo in Telemundo's 2010 telenovela, El Clon

 

La Reina del Sur (telenovela) - The majority of the program was shot in the fall of 2010 at Telemundo's studios in Colombia

 

La Reina del Sur (telenovela) - "La Reina del Sur" was announced by Telemundo as part of its 2010-2011 program year in early 2010


2011

Bernie Paz - He is currently the male lead in Azteca's 2011 telenovela, "Emperatriz" with Gabriela Spanic whom he worked with back in Telemundo's Tierra de Pasiones in 2007

 

La Reina del Sur (telenovela) - The series originally aired from February 28, 2011 to May 30, 2011 in United States on Telemundo

 

La Reina del Sur (telenovela) - A one-night special featuring several cast members aired on May 31, 2011, and marked the Telemundo debut of noted Latina television personality Cristina Saralegui

 

Telemundo Communications Group - Emilio Romano was named president of Telemundo in October 2011

 

Jose Ortiz El Buen Samaritano - On November 2011, José Ortiz El Buen Samaritano was parodided in a television special spin-off to TV Ilegal broadcast in Telemundo


2012

During the first quarter of 2012, Telemundo launched Exitos TV, a digital multicast network featuring primarily scripted series on the digital subchannels of its owned-and-operated stations add something

 

In 2012, Telemundo achieved ratings success with the original telenovela series "Rosa Diamante" and the Caracol TV-produced "Pablo Escobar" add something

 

Telemundo Communications Group - In 2012, Telemundo achieved ratings success with the original novela productions Rosa Diamante and Pablo Escobar

 

Ana Layevska - In 2012, she will be a part of Telemundo's "Relaciones Peligrosas" as Paty, a Main Lead Role, alongside Sandra Echeverría, Maritza Bustamante, & Gabriel Coronel

 

Telemundo Communications Group - The network's primary competitor Univision has since joined Telemundo in utilizing English subtitles on its evening programming on January 30, 2012; in the same manner as Telemundo, Univision transmits the English subtitling as closed captions on CC3


2013

Amado Carrillo Fuentes - As part of the 2013 nighttime programing, Latin-American channel Telemundo will air the series "El Señor de los Cielos" with Mexican actor Rafael Amaya playing the starring role of Aurelio Casillas

 

The Voice (U.S. TV series) - In 2013, the Spanish-language network Telemundo introduced a children's version of "The Voice", in Spanish, called "La Voz Kids", featuring contestants, ages 7 to 15

 

NBCUniversal Television Group - In July 2013, NBCU placed NBC TV Stations and Telemundo's O&Os stations into a new division, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, with New England Cable News being transferred into NBC TV Stations

 

La Reina del Sur (telenovela) - As part of Telemundo's changes in prime-time programming, "Dama y Obrero" ended on October 18, 2013

 

La Reina del Sur (telenovela) - The series was again repeated in Telemundo from November 11, 2013 until February 17, 2014


2014

Paulina Rubio - Although she was initially slated to return for the series' second season in 2014, on 23 December 2013, Telemundo announced that Rubio would be replaced by singer Natalia Jiménez

 

American Music Award - In 2014, American network Telemundo obtained rights to produce a Spanish-language version of the American Music Awards which is set to debut sometime in 2015

 

Laura Flores - Since 2014, Flores is now working with Telemundo

 

Paulina Rubio - In January 2014, Rubio sued Telemundo for alleged breach of contract

 

Natalia Jimenez - In March 2014, she became a coach on the second season of Telemundo's La Voz Kids alongside Prince Royce and Roberto Tapia

 

Premier League - Survival Sunday coverage will be carried on May 10, 2014 by ten NBCUniversal networks, along with Telemundo and mun2

 

Premier League - Survival Sunday coverage will be carried on May 11, 2014 by ten NBCUniversal networks, along with Telemundo and mun2

 

On September 4, 2014 The network announced that it will debut weekend evening editions of Noticiero Telemundo on Oct 4,2014at 5 E.T./4 C.T. add something

 

Telemundo Communications Group - On September 4, 2014 The network announced that it will debut weekend evening editions of Noticiero Telemundo on Oct 4,2014at 5 E.T./4 C.T.

 

On December 1, 2014, Telemundo replaced its Exitos TV diginet with TeleXitos, the first Spanish classic TV channel with dubbed programs add something

 

Telemundo Communications Group - On December 1, 2014, Telemundo replaced its Exitos TV diginet with TeleXitos, the first Spanish classic TV channel with dubbed programs


2015

Miss Universe - In 2015, Univision signed a 5-year deal for the Spanish-language rights to the pageants, succeeding Telemundo

 

Miss Universe Organization - In 2015, Univision signed a 5-year deal for the Spanish-language rights to the pageants, succeeding Telemundo

 

Boris Izaguirre - Since 2015 Izaguirre is in the panel of TV show "Suelta la Sopa" of Telemundo with descriptive segments that reveal the best kept secrets of favorite soap opera stars narrated in a docudrama style

 

NBC Sports - In May 2015, NBCUniversal announced the formation of & & NBC Deportes, which will serve as a Spanish-language branch of NBC Sports for Telemundo and NBC Universo

 

In October 2015, through a licensing agreement with Dick Clark Productions signed in July 2014, Telemundo became the originating broadcaster of the Latin American Music Awards , a Latin music-focused version of the American Music Awards add something

 

Telemundo Communications Group - In October 2015, through a licensing agreement with Dick Clark Productions signed in July 2014, Telemundo became the originating broadcaster of the Latin American Music *awards , a Latin music-focused version of the American Music *awards


2016

Giselle Blondet - In January 2016, she joined Telemundo and was the host of "Gran Hermano USA"

 

On February 9, 2016, & NBC Universal, Telemundo's parent company, faced claims by SAG-AFTRA of operating under a double standard between its Spanish-language and English-language talent at NBC and Telemundo add something

 

Telemundo Communications Group - On February 9, 2016, & NBC Universal, & Telemundo's parent company, faced claims by SAG-AFTRA of operating under a double standard between its Spanish-language and English-language talent at NBC and Telemundo

 

Danna Paola - "¿Quién es quién-" began airing weeknights in the U.S. on Telemundo on February 9, 2016

 

A few days later on February 13, 2016 & SAG-AFTRA came back and added that Telemundo had been treating its employees like second-class professionals given that many actors do not receive basic workplace guarantees that SAG-AFTRA contracts provide, such as fair pay, water breaks, health insurance and residuals add something

 

Telemundo Communications Group - A few days later on February 13, 2016 & SAG-AFTRA came back and added that Telemundo had been treating its employees like second-class professionals given that many actors do not receive basic workplace guarantees that SAG-AFTRA contracts provide, such as fair pay, water breaks, health insurance and residuals

 

Danna Paola - In mid-April 2016, she was confirmed as a cast member in the upcoming telenovela drama, "La Doña", produced by Telemundo

 

In August 2016, Telemundo once again found itself up against the union when the network refused to air an ad placed by SAG-AFTRA detailing the unfair wage gap and lack of benefits Telemundo employees face as opposed to unionized performers at NBCUniversal add something

 

Telemundo Communications Group - In August 2016, & Telemundo once again found itself up against the union when the network refused to air an ad placed by SAG-AFTRA detailing the unfair wage gap and lack of benefits Telemundo employees face as opposed to unionized performers at NBCUniversal

 

Univision - As of September 1, 2016, Univision, along with its competitor, Telemundo, does not broadcast in a 16:9 presentation

 

With & NBC Kids being discontinued with Litton Entertainment's The More You Know E/I block on NBC by September 25, 2016, MiTelemundo will continue to be aired on television with the same programing as The More You Know add something

 

On October 27, 2016, "Al Rojo Vivo" became the first program to be presented in a 16:9 format, beginning Telemundo's transition to such presentation add something

 

Telemundo Communications Group - On October 27, 2016, "Al Rojo Vivo" became the first program to be presented in a 16:9 format, beginning Telemundo's transition to such presentation


2017

Danna Paola - In 2017, Paola was cast in the Telemundo bio-series, "José José: El príncipe de la canción", based on the life of Mexican singer José José

 

Danna Paola - The finale aired on Telemundo in the U.S. on May 1, 2017

 

La Reina del Sur (telenovela) - On May 11, 2017 Telemundo confirmed that the series would be renewed to a second season


2018

The former ZGS Communications was the largest operator of Telemundo stations in terms of overall market reach, owning ten Telemundo-affiliated stations ; after the purchase of the ZGS stations at the start of 2018 by NBC's Telemundo Stations Group, they are now direct O&Os of the network add something

 

Khotan Fernandez - Currently 2018 he returned to Telemundo playing Max Sullivan a business man with double life in the soap opera Al otro día del muro

 

Marco Antonio Regil - In 2018, Telemundo announced Marco Antonio Regil as the host of the Spanish-language version of NBC's The Wall

 

Telemundo Communications Group - The former ZGS Communications was the largest operator of & Telemundo stations in terms of overall market reach, owning ten Telemundo-affiliated stations ; after the purchase of the ZGS stations at the start of 2018 by NBC's Telemundo Stations Group, they are now direct O&Os of the network

 

Danna Paola - The miniseries premiered on Telemundo on January 15, 2018

 

It was formerly most motably Kansas City, MO however low-powered station KGKC-DT in Lawrence, Kansas affiliated with the network in September 2018 add something

 

As of September 1, 2018, Telemundo has converted its presentation to a 16:9 presentation add something

 

Telemundo Communications Group - As of September 1, 2018, Telemundo has converted its presentation to a 16:9 presentation


2019

NBCUniversal Television Group - In January 2019, NBCU reorganized to make way for their streaming service, Jeff Shell, currently chairman of Universal Filmed Entertainment Group, added NBC Entertainment, & & NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises and international to his portfolio now as chairman of NBCUniversal Film and Entertainment

 

Luis Fonsi - On 13 January 2019, the singer joined with Wisin, Alejandra Guzmán and Carlos Vives as coaches of the first spanish season of La Voz by Telemundo