Posts Tagged ‘WSCV’

Producing TV from Cuba is difficult & expensive…

(edited from – To pull off broadcasting from Cuba is anything but easy, yet Miami’s local stations have become expert at it.

This has turned into the new measuring ground for South Florida’s fierce TV news competition: Cuba, the foreign country Miami considers a suburb of its own.

All four of Miami’s English-language network affiliates — WPLG, WSVN, WTVJ and WFOR — have set up shop for the week to broadcast live from Havana for President Barack Obama’s once-in-a-century visit. Read the rest of this entry →

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03 2016

Fausto Malave bumped up at WSCV…

(from – Telemundo’s WSCV Miami (DMA 16) has named Fausto Malavé co-anchor of its 5:30, 6 and 11 p.m. weekday newscasts effective immediately.

“Fausto is a very experienced journalist who every day demonstrates his commitment to the station, to the news team and to the audience,” said Jorge Carballo, WSCV president-GM. “Fausto has been co-anchoring our weekday newscasts with Daisy Ballmajó since March of this year, along with sports anchor Carlos Maxwell and chief meteorologist Luis Carrera, and we are very pleased that as of today he will continue to do so on a permanent basis.”….Cont….


07 2015

Alejandra Molina departs WJAN, joins WSCV…

(edited from – WSCV has added Alejandra Molina as co-anchor of the Miami Telemundo-owned station’s morning news.

She will officially join WSCV on July 13.

Molina comes to WSCV from América TeVé WJAN in Miami….Cont….


06 2015

Ambrosio Hernandez departs WSCV/joins WLTV…

(edited from – Longtime WSCV Telemundo 51 anchor Ambrosio Hernández, who resigned from the Miami station on Friday, is now officially an employee of competitor WLTV Univision 23.

He will sit out a non-compete clause in his contract and will sign-on at WLTV in the fall.

Telemundo 51 was unable to reach an agreement to renew his contract, which expired March 1. Read the rest of this entry →


03 2015

Hispanic$ drive the Miami media market…

(from – Miami ranks as the nation’s No. 3 Hispanic TV DMA, and advertisers’ desire to reach those Hispanics is driving a healthy media market.

Spanish-language media often outrates English-language competition.

For example, the local Telemundo-owned station’s 11 p.m. newscast won February sweeps among both viewers 18-49 and 25-54s, beating out the English-language stations, and it has been on top in both demos for an impressive 23 straight months. Read the rest of this entry →

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03 2015