Philip Wilkinson Leaves Entravision

Entravision has announced that Philip C. Wilkinson will be resigning from his position as President and Chief Operating Officer, effective May 31, 2012.  Mr. Wilkinson will remain a member of the company’s Board of Directors and has entered into a consulting agreement under which he will continue to advise the company on its strategic and operating plans.

“Philip is a tremendous leader and friend, whose passion and dedication have been instrumental in the creation and success of Entravision,” said Walter F. Ulloa, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Entravision.  “He has spent his entire career in Latino media and is a strong advocate for the Latino community.  We are grateful to him for all his contributions and look forward to benefiting from his continued insights as a director and consultant to the company.”

“Entravision is a great company with a strong management team and terrific employees,” commented Mr. Wilkinson.  “I believe it is well positioned to capitalize on the continued growth of the Latino population and I am proud of the leadership positions we have built in our markets.  I continue to remain a Director and significant shareholder, and I look forward to my new role which will allow me to continue to advise the company.”

Mr. Wilkinson served as President and Chief Operating Officer since Entravision’s inception in 1996 and has more than 25 years of broadcast experience. From 1990 to 1996, Mr. Wilkinson was involved in the development, management or ownership of the company’s predecessor entities, including the launch of the first Univision television affiliate in San Diego, KBNT, in 1990. From 1982 to 1990, he worked at the Univision television network and served in the positions of account executive, Los Angeles national sales manager and West Coast sales manager. Mr. Wilkinson holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from San Diego State University.

  • Investorrights

    Are you kidding Mr. Ulloa!!!! Investors lost 90% of their investment during his tenure at Entravision. Now you are going to pay him full salary for a year to do nothing! After spending the last 10 years lining pockets at the expense of shareholders! Enough already. Why don’t you all reduce your compensation to $0 for the next 2 years and actually try to make a return for investors!!!