Which TV Network is the ‘Hispanic Hollywood’? Executives Managed to Confuse this Blogger

Hispanic TV upfront week is a wonderful thing, especially when you get the chance to hear all kinds of wonderful pitches by competing networks.

Tuesday morning, for example, I learned from Univision’s President César Conde that Televisa is actually the Hollywood of Hispanics, which was, like, ‘oh, how cool,’ or whatever … Yet, barely five hours later, in another theatre not far from there, Telemundo’s COO Jacqueline Hernández came onstage to give us this…

WTH? I mean, it’s OK to treat journalists with bellinis for breakfast and non-stop bashes for four days straight, but please don’t confuse us even more with these stunts. I yet have to figure out which the real “Hispanic Hollywood” really is, but I have a very stubborn resaca to take care of first.

So please bear with me, and I promise to find an answer for you real soon… or not.

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6 Responses to Which TV Network is the ‘Hispanic Hollywood’? Executives Managed to Confuse this Blogger

  1. lechancle says:

    And not to mention that everybody had Juanes “exclusively“

  2. Sandra says:

    Who does things first and who is the copy cat? I think the answer is clear!

  3. sebas says:

    If anything, La Reina del Sur was the closest to “hollywood” that I’ve seen.

  4. Laura, you crack me up. I just love reading you. Keep it up! Julito

  5. Christine says:

    the winner is Telemundo…clearly as we have our studios in America. Since Hollywood is in America as well…that would make the most sense, no?

  6. I do trust all of the ideas you have presented to your post. They are really convincing and can certainly work. Still, the posts are very brief for novices. Could you please extend them a bit from next time? Thanks for the post.

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