Univision's president and CEO on anchor Jorge Ramos' ejection from Donald Trump press conference: 'The recent treatment Jorge Ramos received at Mr. Trump's press conference in Iowa is beneath contempt... Mr. Trump demonstrated complete disregard for him and for the countless Hispanics whom Jorge seeks to represent through press questions that are at the heart of the First Amendment' - @UCIPRTeam
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos on being ejected from Donald Trump press conference: 'I'm a reporter. My job is to ask questions. What's "totally out of line" is to eject a reporter from a press conference for asking questions' - @jorgeramosnews
Univision's president of news Isaac Lee releases statement after Donald Trump booted anchor Jorge Ramos from press conference: 'We'd love for Mr. Trump to sit down for an in-depth interview with Jorge to talk about the specifics of his proposals' - @THR
Editor's note: Donald Trump booted Univision anchor Jorge Ramos from his press conference on Tuesday, telling him to ‘go back to Univision’ after the journalist asked questions without being called on. Trump later allowed Ramos to return to the press conference and Ramos asked the GOP candidate several questions about his immigration policy. - Jillian
Univision responds to Donald Trump's lawsuit; 'It is both factually false and legally ridiculous,' says company will continue to fight against Trump's comments about Mexican immigrants made during campaign speech - @brianstelter
Univision (Spanish pronunciation: [uniβiˈsjon]) is an American Spanish language broadcast television network that is owned by Univision Communications. The network's programming is aimed at Latino Americans and includes telenovelas and other drama series, sports, sitcoms, reality and variety series, news programming, and imported Spanish-language feature films. It has the largest audience of any Spanish-language television network in the world, according to Nielsen Media Research.
Univision is headquartered in the city of New York, and has its major studios, production facilities, and business operations based in Doral, Florida (near Miami). In recent years, the network has reached viewership parity with the five major English language U.S. television networks – often placing a strong fifth in prime time and overall ratings, outranking The CW, with some fourth-place weekly placings, and as of 2012, even first-place rankings for individual programs over all five English networks due to the network's consistent schedule of new telenovelas all 52 weeks of the year.
Univision is available on cable and satellite television throughout most of the United States, with local stations in over 60 markets with large Hispanic and Latino populations. Most of these stations air full local newscasts and other local programming in addition to network shows; in major markets such as Los Angeles, Miami, and New York City, the local newscasts carried by the network's owned-and-operated stations are equally competitive with their English language counterparts ratings-wise. Chief operating officer Randy Falco (who was appointed in the position on January 18, 2011, and officially took over as CEO on June 29 of that year) has been in charge of the company since the departure of Univision Communications president and CEO Joe Uva in April 2010.