Beatriz Baltar

Business Manager at Univision Communications, Inc.

Beatriz Baltar

Beatriz Baltar

Business Manager at Univision Communications, Inc.

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Former Executive Vice President & General Counsel at Univision Communications, Inc.

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Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Univision Holdings, Inc.

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Executive Director at WWWW Foundation, Inc.

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Former Chief Marketing Officer at Entercom Communications Corp.

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Former Director, Business Affairs at Univision Communications, Inc.

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Business Relationship Manager, Case at World Business Chicago

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Former Engagement Manager, Media/Tech Practice at McKinsey & Co., Inc.

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Former Executive Vice President & Deputy General Counsel at Univision Communications, Inc.

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Former Chief Financial Officer at Univision Communications, Inc.

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Vice President of Digital at Univision Communications, Inc.

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Beatriz Baltar
Business Manager at Univision Communications, Inc.
Career History
Business Manager
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In 1955, Raul Cortez founded KCOR-TV (channel 41, now KWEX-DT) in San Antonio, Texas; the station's call letters were later changed to KUAL-TV. The station was not profitable, and in 1961, Cortez sold it to a group headed by his son-in-law Emilio Nicolas, Sr. and Mexican entertainment mogul Emilio Azcárraga Vidaurreta. Nicolas had helped produce channel 41's variety programs, while Azcárraga was the owner of Telesistema Mexicano, forerunner of Televisa. The new owners turned the station around, and in 1962, signed on KMEX-TV (channel 34) in Los Angeles; this was followed in 1968 by the sign-on of New York City area station WXTV (channel 41) in Paterson, New Jersey. These stations formed the nucleus of the Spanish International Network, the first television network in the United States to broadcast in a language other than English.

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Beatriz Baltar is affiliated with Univision Communications, Inc.

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