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  • Aguero, Parrish Join Forces With the Davilas' Campanario Ent.

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - In a move which opens up new horizons for the recently-launched L.A.-based production house, producer Sergio Aguero ("Red Band Society," "No Revelations," "Y Tu Mama Tambien") has joined Jaime Davila Jr.'s L.A-based Campanario Entertainment, the company behind hit Telemundo Telenovela "Carmelia La Texana," licensed in Mexico to Netflix.
  • Kevin Hunt: Tablo, the DVR for cable quitters

    Kevin Hunt: Tablo, the DVR for cable quitters
    If this is your first meeting of the Cable Quitters Support Group, welcome. We're sorry for your loss. But think of the money you'll save. Your relationship with television might feel hopeless now that you're without "Rizzoli & Isles" and "19 Kids &...

    'How to Get Away With Murder' Goes Out On a High as ABC Dominates Thursday

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - UPDATE: In updated Nielsen estimates released Friday afternoon, ratings leader ABC was the only broadcaster whose demo ratings didn't budge. In total viewers, the final counts were 8.33 million for "Grey's Anatomy," 10.15...

    Obama's immigration speech gets most viewers on Univision

    LOS ANGELES, Nov 21 (Reuters) - As the lead-in to the LatinGrammys, U.S. President Barack Obama's speech announcing hissweeping immigration reforms reached its largest audience onSpanish-language network Univision, according to figuresreleased on Friday....

    Latin Grammys start political, with Obama's immigration speech, then go pop

    Latin Grammys start political, with Obama's immigration speech, then go pop
    The 15th Latin Grammy Awards started off with ... President Obama's immigration speech. The Univision network delayed the telecast of the Latin music awards show for nearly 20 minutes so that the audience could watch the president announce his executive...