Entravision Communications Corporation is a leading media company that reaches and engages U.S. Latinos across acculturation levels and media channels, as well as consumers in Mexico. The company’s comprehensive portfolio incorporates integrated media and marketing solutions comprised of acclaimed television, radio, digital properties, events, and data analytics services. Entravision has 56 primary television stations and is the largest affiliate group of both the Univision and UniMás television networks. Entravison also owns and operates 49 primarily Spanish-language radio stations featuring nationally recognized talent, as well as the Entravision Audio Network and Entravision Solutions, a coast-to-coast national spot and network sales and marketing organization representing Entravision’s owned and operated, as well as its affiliate partner, radio stations. According to comScore Media Metrix®, Entravision’s digital operating group, Pulpo, is the #1-ranked online advertising platform in Hispanic reach, and Pulpo’s comprehensive media offering, data, and consumer insights lead the industry. Entravision shares of Class A Common Stock are traded on The New York Stock Exchange under the symbol: EVC.
Mr. Ulloa, our Chairman and Chief Executive Officer since the company’s inception in 1996, has over 25 years of experience in Spanish-language television and radio in the United States. From 1989 to 1996, Mr. Ulloa was involved in the development, management or ownership of our predecessor entities. From 1976 to 1989, he worked at KMEX-TV, Los Angeles, California, in a variety of management positions. Mr. Ulloa is a graduate of the University of Southern California and Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.
Mr. Young has been our Executive Vice President, Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer since May 2008. From 2004 to May 2008, Mr. Young had served as the President of our outdoor advertising division, and from 2000 to 2004, Mr. Young had served as our outdoor advertising division’s Chief Financial Officer. Before joining our company, Mr. Young had worked with the Bank of Montreal, where he was responsible for all of the bank’s corporate finance activity for the broadcasting and outdoor advertising industries. Mr. Young’s prior experience includes tenures at both the Bank of Tokyo in its corporate finance group and Chase Manhattan Bank. Mr. Young holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Columbia University in New York City.
Mr. Liberman, our Chief Operating Officer since July 2012, has been involved in the management and operation of Spanish-language media properties since 1974. Mr. Liberman had previously served as the president of our Radio Division from January 2001 until July 2012. He was responsible for operating that company’s 17 radio stations in California, Colorado, New Mexico and Washington, D.C.
Mr. Carrera, our Chief Revenue Officer since July 2012, has been involved in managing Univision-affiliated television stations for over twenty years. Mr. Carrera had previously served as our Senior Vice President – Spanish Language Television and as our Vice President and General Manager overseeing Entravision’s television, radio and interactive assets in Colorado, since joining Entravision in 2003. Mr. Carrera is a graduate of Harvard University.
Mr. Boelke has served as our General Counsel, Vice President of Legal Affairs and Secretary since March 2006, and had previously served as our Deputy General Counsel and Vice President of Legal Affairs since joining Entravision in March of 2005. Prior to joining Entravision, Mr. Boelke practiced law in the Los Angeles office of O’Melveny & Myers LLP. Mr. Boelke received his law degree from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from St. Olaf College.
Esteban Lopez Blanco is the Chief Strategy Officer, Corporate Development and Innovation of the company. In his role, Esteban leads Entravision’s corporate growth and innovation strategies and new business development. Prior to joining Entravision, Esteban worked for the United Nations and the World Bank, and has founded several technical educational institutions and interactive technology companies. He holds a Bachelors’ degree from the University of Buenos Aires, where he studied computer sciences, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Cardean University.
"I love working for Entravision! Entravision embraces their employees, their careers, and their passions by providing opportunities and promoting from within. The leadership from the very top is employee and customer focused, and strives to be a media and communications industry leader."
"Working at Entravision has been the best decision of my life. Entravision allowed me to grow in my career giving me the best leaders I have ever worked with. Entravision has become my second family and a place I don't only call work I call home."
"Working at entravision has been a joy since I get to work alongside many talented individuals. It's now been more than a half a year working here and already I feel part of a family that is united in serving our listeners and clients. It feels great to be a part of this team."
"Over the past few years my colleagues at Entravision have become more of a family and I've been able to have such great mentors that have challenged and worked alongside me, encouraging my growth."
"Entravision Communications is more than a business; it’s a family. A team of supporters that have helped to cultivate me into the innovative manager I never thought I could be."
I worked at Entravision full-time (Less than a year)
Great creative spirit and highly talented employees. If you're willing to take the time to learn a new skill within mass media you will find a member of the staff willing to train you.
Too much focus is spent on the sales department. For instance, if a station has a great ratings book, managment will some how thank the sales staff for all their hard work keeping the light on as oppose to thanking the DJs/Anchors for their time and effort.
Advice to Management
There is so much greatness all round the office, not just the sales pit. The staff is not there to act as cheerleaders for sales, you would do well to think about that fact.
I applied through other source. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Entravision (Las Vegas, NV).
A hassle to go thru 3 interviews to just wait and receive a letter saying thank you for replying but no thank you. a lot of waiting sometimes days and management takes long since screening could be 50 or more and the way unemployment is nowadays is even worst.
Reasons for Declining
Low bad pay
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