Discovery Networks U.S. Hispanic Announces New General Manager & Vice President
· Allan Navarrete appointed General Manager · Angela Recio Sondon named Vice President of Content Discovery Networks Latin America/U.S. Hispanic announced today the appointment of Allan Navarrete as General Manager (GM) and Angela Recio Sondon as the Vice President (VP) of Content for the company’s U.S. Hispanic division. Both appointments are effective immediately and based in Mexico City and Miami respectively. Navarrete assumes this new role adding to his current responsibilities as Executive Vice President (EVP) and General Manager of Mexico, Andean Region and Central America, for Discovery Networks Latin America. He will report directly to Enrique R. Martínez, President and Managing Director of Discovery Networks Latin America/U.S. Hispanic and Canada. DLA/USH is also announcing the appointment of Angela Recio Sondon as the new Vice President of Content for the company’s U.S. Hispanic networks. Sondon will continue to report to Carolina Lightcap, Head of Content for Discovery Networks Latin America/U.S. Hispanic and Navarrete. “Allan is a strong, strategic and collaborative leader and has played a critical role in our success in the Mexican region in addition to managing the Colombian and Central American markets and leading their growth. He is held levitra dosage in the highest of regards by lisinopril dosage both his colleagues and the industry and I am confident that Allan will levitra brand continue to make viagra online great contributions to our company,” Martínez said. “Angela is an outstanding television executive with a tremendous depth of experience in managing and developing successful channels. Her leadership skills, creativity and strong relationships in the industry will further our http://furosemide20-40mgdosage.com/ success as we continue to fortify our presence in the U.S. Hispanic market and invest in new content,” said Lightcap. As GM for Discovery U.S. Hispanic, Navarrete is responsible for leading the business expansion within the company’s portfolio of Spanish-language networks in the U.S. which include Discovery en Español and Discovery Familia.