NBCU Taps Ex-Univision Prez As EVP

Amid a senior executive shakeup at the leading Spanish-language TV network, Univision’s Cesar Conde is moving to NBCUniversal.

A 10-year Univision executive, Conde -- who had been president of Univision Networks since 2009 -- will now be executive vice president reporting to Steve Burke, chief executive officer of NBCUniversal.  

Conde will focus on business development, strategic priorities and special business projects. In addition, he will have NBCUniversal’s international business under his purview.

Conde’s departure from Univision came as the big Spanish-language network group made major changes to its executive ranks. Now reporting to Randy Falco, president and CEO  of Univision Communications: Alberto Ciurana, president of programming and content; Isaac Lee, president of news; and Juan Carlos Rodriquez, president of Univision Deportes.

Conde presided over a Spanish-language network group that grew from three broadcast and cable networks to 14 broadcast and cable networks.  

Burke stated about Conde: “His experience leading multiple domestic and international businesses will be instrumental in maximizing all the opportunities to grow our portfolio."

Prior to Univision, Conde served as the White House Fellow for Secretary of State Colin L. Powell from 2002–2003.  



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  1. Walter Sabo from SABO media, September 13, 2013 at 1:22 p.m.

    JOSE CANCELA ...these jobs should be given to JOSE CANCELA.

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