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Randy Falco is President and Chief Executive Officer of Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), a top-tier multimedia company informing, entertaining and empowering the Hispanic community and a diverse American mainstream. Under his leadership, UCI has expanded to reach an estimated 108 million average monthly unduplicated media consumers across its media portfolio, which includes 17 broadcast, cable and digital networks and partnerships; 123 local television and radio stations; an array of online and mobile apps and products and content creation facilities across the U.S.

Falco, a Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame inductee, has received several recognitions throughout his career, including the Frank Stanton Award, the Ballet Hispanico Gala Honor, Museum of Moving Image Honor and the MALDEF Legacy Leader Award; he is a multiple Cablefax 100 “Above it All” honoree, in recognition of his record of innovation and leadership, and on multiple occasions has appeared in Adweek's Power List of the most reputable leaders in Marketing, Media and Technology. In 2015 Falco was honored by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) with the Board of Trustees’ Award, the Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) Champion Award, and the ArtsConnection Honor.

UCI is comprised of verticals focused on drama, comedy, sports, music and news – including the Univision Network; UDN (Univision Deportes Network), the No. 1 sports cable network among Hispanics; as well as Fusion Media Group (FMG), a collection of digital-first brands serving young, diverse influencers with content that reflects their shared values and passions. FMG counts with properties such as FUSION, an English-language news, pop culture and satire TV and digital network; The Root, the leading online news, opinion and culture destination for African Americans; Univision Digital; Univision Music; and Univision’s interests in El Rey, The Onion, the nation’s leading comedy and news satire brand; as well as Gizmodo Media Group (GMG), home to category-leading brands focused on technology (Gizmodo), car culture (Jalopnik), contemporary women’s interests (Jezebel), sports (Deadspin), lifestyle (Lifehacker) and gaming (Kotaku). FMG also includes Story House, UCI’s content development and production unit. The Company spans across platforms to engage a digital-savvy audience that over-indexes on mobile, digital video and social—including via its direct-to-consumer video service, Univision NOW.

Prior to Univision, Falco served for more than 30 years in various capacities at NBC. He led the initiative for the NBC-Universal merger and subsequently was named President of the NBC Universal Television Network Group in 2004. Following the merger, Falco combined the advertising sales operations of NBCU’s broadcast and cable units – the first major media company to take that approach. He also was responsible for the group’s commercial and operational functions, including affiliate relations, cable distribution, sales and marketing and other assets, including Telemundo. In February 2000, Falco negotiated the first reverse compensation deal by one of the major broadcast networks. The agreement was a ten-year, $362 million deal with Granite Broadcasting that turned KNTV into the NBC affiliate serving San Francisco and San Jose. This approach changed the historic model so that affiliates would pay the networks for their programming.

Beginning with the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, Falco ran NBC’s Olympic operations, a multi-billion dollar business that operated as a separate business group, as well as negotiated the contracts from 1992 through 2006 covering six Olympic game telecasts. He branded NBC television network as the network of the Olympics. He conceived and negotiated two blockbuster deals that surprised the competition, secured exclusive coverage for five consecutive Summer and Winter Olympic Games: 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008 and became a major profit contributor to the Company. Falco is a multiple Emmy Award recipient for NBC’s Olympic coverage.

Before joining UCI in January 2011, Falco served as chairman and chief executive officer of AOL, Inc. from 2006 to 2009. In this role, he was responsible for setting strategy and overseeing operations as the company transitioned to an advertising-based business model.

Falco holds an M.B.A. in finance and a Bachelor of Business Administration, also in finance, from Iona College. He received an honorary doctorate from Iona College in 2001. Falco sits on the board of Ronald McDonald House and is a member of the Advisory Board of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.

Randy Falco , , , President and Chief Executive Officer

Francisco J. Lopez-Balboa is executive vice president and chief financial officer of Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America.

Lopez-Balboa has more than 25 years of experience as a global financial executive with specific strengths in the media industry. Over the course of his career, Lopez-Balboa has advised on and executed in excess of $200 billion in financing transactions involving acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, risk management, return of capital, restructuring and debt and equity assignments.

Prior to joining UCI in May 2015, Lopez-Balboa served as a managing director and head of Telecom, Media and Technology Investment Grade Financing at Goldman Sachs. While at Goldman Sachs, in addition to leading his group, Lopez-Balboa served on the Investment Banking Division’s Credit Markets Capital Committee. From 1991 until 1997, he ran Goldman Sachs’ debt capital markets efforts across multiple industries in the Midwest and West Coast regions including Industrial, Retail, Automotive and Telecom companies. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs in 1991, he was a director in the Capital Markets Group at Merrill, Lynch & Co.

Lopez-Balboa graduated from Columbia University with a BA in Economics, received his MBA from Harvard Business School and is fluent in Spanish. Additionally, he has served on various not-for-profit boards and currently is an emeritus member of the Board of Visitors at Columbia College in New York and is also a trustee of St. Mark’s School in Southborough, Massachusetts.

Francisco J. Lopez-Balboa , , , Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Tonia O’Connor serves as chief commercial officer and president of Content Distribution for Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), reporting directly to the CEO. In this role, O’Connor drives the Company's content distribution efforts across all screens, including online and mobile. She leads UCI’s Enterprise Development efforts to expand its content availability and licensing revenue by securing key partnerships and new business models with both traditional and emerging content distributors.

O’ Connor also led the creation of the company’s first over the top English-language digital network, Flama, the Univision Creator Network and has worked with other key leaders across UCI to coordinate joint ventures and investments in new businesses. Her most recent accomplishment is leading the launch of UCI’s direct to consumer subscription video service, Univision NOW. O’Connor also helped lead the launch of and continues to sponsor UCI’s Women’s Leadership Council, an employee resource group designed to advance women across the Company and prepare the next generation of women leaders.

O’Connor joined UCI in January 2008 as executive vice president of Distribution Sales and Marketing. She has played a key role as the Company expanded its portfolio from three networks to 17 broadcast, cable and digital networks and partnerships, as well as developed its digital distribution and content windowing strategy for SVOD and TV Everywhere. Prior to that she spent 13 years at Gemstar TV Guide, where she served as executive vice president of Distribution. Before that, she served as executive vice president, Affiliate Sales & Marketing and served as senior vice president of National Accounts for TV Guide Affiliate Sales. O’Connor held various positions within Affiliate Sales and Marketing since joining Gemstar TV Guide in 1994, starting first in the cable and satellite publishing division. During her tenure at Gemstar TV Guide she was responsible for negotiating complex technology and intellectual property agreements, as well as programming deals. She also played an integral role in the growth of Gemstar TV Guide’s networks and defining the strategy of the company. O’Connor began her career in the telecommunications industry, serving in sales and marketing positions.

She is supportive of industry organizations and currently serves on the Dean’s Advisory Board at the S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications and the executive committee of the board for the T. Howard Foundation. O’Connor has received multiple awards and recognitions including the Liberty Award from the Philadelphia Chapter of Women in Cable Telecommunications in 2005, appeared on CableFax’s 50 Most Powerful Women in Cable in 2005 and 2006, as well as every year from 2008-2014, and the magazine’s Top 100 annually beginning in 2008. In 2011, she received a Wonder Women award by Multichannel News and was honored with the 2011 Moves Magazine Power Woman award. O’Connor was also named as one of Cynopsis’ Most Intriguing People in 2013, and featured in The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Power 100 in 2012 and 2013. She is also a director on the board of El Rey Network, a cable network started by filmmaker, Robert Rodriguez.

O’Connor graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University with a dual major in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science.

Tonia O’Connor , , , Chief Commercial Officer and President, Content Distribution

Jonathan Schwartz is Chief Legal and Corporate Affairs Officer. In addition to serving as UCI’s top lawyer, Schwartz oversees the Legal and Corporate Affairs Department, which includes the following areas: Legal and Business Affairs, Corporate Compliance, Government Relations, Corporate Social Responsibility, Community Empowerment, Global Security, Standards and Practices and Advertising Review. Bringing together these functions under Schwartz’ leadership solidifies the Company’s commitment to lead by example as an ethical and fair company driven by its mission to inform, entertain and empower the communities it serves. Schwartz has also served as Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Head of Government Relations, and Secretary for Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America.

Prior to joining UCI, Schwartz served as managing director and general counsel for JPMorgan’s Investment Bank. Previously, he was executive vice president and general counsel at Cablevision Systems. Prior to that, Schwartz held various roles, including senior vice president and deputy general counsel of Time Warner Inc., and as general counsel of online music company Napster.

Early in his career, Schwartz worked as a federal prosecutor in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York. He then joined the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., where he worked for the Attorney General and the Deputy Attorney General. He also served as a law clerk for Judge Harry T. Edwards on the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., and for Justice Thurgood Marshall on the U.S. Supreme Court.

Schwartz graduated from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s of science degree in economics and received his juris doctorate degree from Stanford Law School. He was then awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to attend Cambridge University, where he earned a master’s degree in international relations. Schwartz was selected as a Fellow at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics.

Schwartz is a member of several non-profit boards, including the Stanford Law School Board of Visitors and the University of Pennsylvania Basketball Board.

Jonathan Schwartz , , , Chief Legal and Corporate Affairs Officer

Margaret Lazo is Chief Human Resources Officer for Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America. In this role, Lazo leads UCI’s human capital strategy including leadership development, succession planning, advancing diversity and inclusion, organizational design, employee relations, and compensation and benefits. In line with the organization, Lazo’s goal is to attract the finest talent in the industry to UCI while retaining and empowering the extraordinary team currently in place.

Lazo is an accomplished Human Resources leader. She joined UCI from GE Capital where she most recently served as Human Resources Leader for the North American Commercial Lending and Leasing businesses. While there, she oversaw the sale and disposition of a significant portfolio of assets along with the transition of employees to successor companies. From 2012 to 2013, she led Global Human Resources for GE Commercial Real Estate.

Prior to GE Capital, Lazo served in a number of human resources leadership roles at NBC Universal, including EVP of Human Resources for the cable & broadcast entertainment and digital properties, as well as SVP of Human Resources for Telemundo Communications Group (TCG) and VP of Human Resources for NBC’s owned television stations division. During her tenure, Lazo played a critical role during a period marked by high growth in cable networks, digital investment and transformation, the company’s strategic entry into the Spanish language market, and significant change for the broadcast businesses. She began her career in human resources management at retailer Macy’s.

Lazo holds a degree in Communications from St. John’s University. She currently serves on the Board of the Hispanic Federation, whose mission is to empower and advance the Hispanic community.

Margaret Lazo , , , Chief Human Resources Officer

Jessica Rodriguez is executive vice president and chief marketing officer at Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America. In this role, Rodriguez oversees all UCI marketing functions, including the Univision Agency, which creates and oversees all promotional, creative and media inventory valued at more than $500 million across the UCI’s broadcast, cable, radio and digital properties. She reports directly to the CEO.

Rodriguez most recently served as executive vice president of Program Scheduling and Promotions where she was responsible for strategically helping to maximize UCI’s programming decision-making process across all UCI networks and platforms. She is a member of the steering committee for UCI’s Women’s Leadership Council. Previously, she served as senior vice president of Univision Cable Networks, and prior to that, vice president, special assistant to the president of Univision Networks. She began her career at UCI as an intern in LA and later moved to Puerto Rico where she helped launch and lead the station to market. During her time there, she served in multiple roles, most recently as VP/Station Manager. Earlier in her career, Rodriguez served as an analyst and then an associate for the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York City, and later as an analyst for the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone.

Rodriguez has been named as one of People en Español’s 25 Most Powerful Women, CableFax’s Most Influential Minorities in Cable, a Wonder Woman by Multichannel News, included in the 2014 Power Women list by MOVES Magazine, and is a 2015 recipient of NAMIC’s Next Generation Leader Award.

She received an MBA from Stanford University School of Business and a B.S. in Economics and Finance from Fordham University.

Jessica Rodriguez , , , Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer

John W. Eck is Chief Local Media Officer and executive vice president of Technology, Operations and Engineering at Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America. He is responsible for oversight of UCI’s local business including the Company’s 126 television and radio stations in key markets across the country in addition to UCI’s technology, engineering, on-air operations, production and project management functions. Eck’s passion for leadership and experience driving technological innovation in large organizations is a vital asset to Univision.

Previously, Eck worked at NBC Universal for 18 years, most recently serving as president of Media Works. At NBCU, he oversaw both NBCU’s information, broadcasting and production technology, as well as NBCU’s television network, television station, and television and film studio operations. During his tenure at NBCU, Eck was responsible for leading various digital initiatives, including spearheading the digitization of NBCU’s production processes, executing NBCU’s enterprise digital asset management system and facilitating the adoption of standards for digital mobile broadcasting as a founding partner of the Open Mobile Video Coalition. He previously held various other executive, technology and financial positions within NBCU and General Electric.

John W. Eck , , , Chief Local Media Officer and Executive Vice President of Technology, Operations and Engineering

Keith Turner is president of Advertising Sales and Marketing at Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America. In this role, he oversees advertising sales and marketing for the Company’s suite of media offerings, including Univision Network, UniMás Network, Univision Cable Networks, which includes Galavisión, Univision tlnovelas, UDN (Univision Deportes Network), FOROtv, and an additional suite of cable offerings – De Película, De Película Clásico, Bandamax, Ritmoson, and Telehit – as well as UCI Local Media, Digital and El Rey Network, a 24-hour English-language network founded by maverick filmmaker Robert Rodriguez. Turner reports directly to the CEO.

Turner brings more than 30 years of demonstrated success in the media industry. He most recently served as the senior vice president of Media Sales and Sponsorship at the NFL. In that role, Turner oversaw the NFL sponsorship business as well as advertising sales for all NFL media platforms, which include NFL Network, NFL.com, and NFL Mobile. While there, he spearheaded the return of Anheuser-Busch as an NFL partner after an eight-year hiatus, and struck new partnerships with Marriott, Bose, USAA, and XBOX.

Prior to joining the NFL, Turner spent more than 20 years at NBC where he held various roles, including president of Sales and Marketing, senior vice president of Olympic and Sports Sales, vice president of Olympic and Sports Sales, and vice president of Sport Sales, among other positions. Before NBC, he was an account executive for CBS. Turner began his career at Grey Advertising.

Turner has been recognized by Broadcasting & Cable’s as “13 Names to Know” and honored by The National Kidney Foundation with the Visionary Leader Award. He is a graduate of C.W. Post with a bachelor’s of science in Business Management and Marketing.

Keith Turner , , , President of Advertising Sales and Marketing

Isaac Lee is chief news and digital Officer for Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America. Lee is also CEO of Fusion, a multi-platform media company that serves a young, diverse, and inclusive millennial generation. Fusion delivers a unique mix of news, pop culture, and satire content that is both smart and irreverent across its TV and digital platforms.

He is responsible for the editorial oversight of Univision News across network, local and digital platforms and for all digital functions across the company – building on the strength of all of UCI’s divisions and platforms to develop an integrated digital strategy. Lee manages key areas of the company’s growth, including UCI’s comprehensive Multicultural strategy, which includes FUSION, El Rey, Flama and The Root. He is also responsible of UCI’s music strategy, which includes the Company’s music tentpole events and alignment with the Radio programming team.

During his tenure, Univision News has been recognized for its quality journalism and commitment to informing its audience. Under his stewardship, Univision News has been awarded duPont, Peabody, IRE and National Headliner Awards for its investigative reporting, as well as a Cronkite Award and King of Spain International Journalism Awards for Excellence in Political and Digital Journalism among other prestigious journalism, documentary and investigative awards. The news division has also received Emmys for outstanding investigative reporting, outstanding newsmagazine and outstanding breaking news coverage. Univision News' outstanding journalism and reporting has also driven audience growth across key demographics. Under his management, Univision News also established a landmark joint venture with Disney/ABC to launch FUSION.

Lee’s focus and mission is to tell the stories that matter most to the rapidly growing U.S. Hispanic community. He has pushed his team to go beyond day-to-day reporting and pursue in-depth stories on the issues that most affect people’s lives, always with the aim of fulfilling journalism’s role of vigilance and service to the public.

Since first joining the Company as president of News in 2010, Lee has helped Univision News expand its brand and credibility by strengthening its news team and expanding its news operations on all platforms and by adding award-winning Investigative and Documentary Units. For the first time in the company’s 50-year history, Univision News expanded its Spanish-language offering by adding English-language content on digital platforms, continuing to meet its commitment to inform, engage and empower the U.S. Hispanic community. Lee’s 360⁰ approach to strengthen and expand Univision News across platforms and his digital-first track record at Fusion, led to his appointment to lead the Company’s digital efforts across UCI. Lee has also created digital partnerships between Univision and Variety, Red Bull Media House, Participant Media and The Atlantic among others.

Lee has been leading journalistic teams for nearly 20 years at prominent publications serving Spanish-speaking audiences in the U.S. and Latin America. He founded and served as chairman and editor-in-chief of influential magazine PODER. In 2014, Lee was honored by the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) with their Next Generation Leader Award for the launch of FUSION, and he was also recognized on the CableFax100 list of Game Changers in the cable industry.

Lee currently serves on the board of the Associated Press. He is a member of the Journalism Board of ProPublica, the Board of the Committee to Protect Journalists and the Board of the International Center for Journalists. He also serves on the Peabody Advisory Board and the Board of Legendary Entertainment.

Lee can be followed on Twitter via @isaacleep.

Isaac Lee , , , Chief News, Entertainment & Digital Officer for UCI and Chief Executive Officer for FUSION

Juan Carlos Rodriguez is the president of Univision Deportes at Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America. He leads Univision’s sports division across all platforms and reports directly to the CEO.

Since joining UCI, Rodriguez has spearheaded the acquisition of exclusive Spanish-language media rights to some of the most important properties and tournaments in sports, including Major League Soccer, the U.S. and Mexican National Teams, CONCACAF Gold Cup, Copa América Centenario, and 16 of the 18 teams that comprise the Liga MX Mexican Soccer League. Under his leadership, Univision Deportes renewed deals to air CONCACAF competitions, the Mexican National Team, the Formula 1 World Championship, in addition to Top Rank boxing, the World Series of Boxing, a renewed digital partnership with the NFL and a multimedia partnership with the NBA. Rodriguez also led UCI’s most successful FIFA World Cup ever for the 2014 tournament and has led Univision Deportes to win two Sport Emmy Awards for the first time in the company’s history.

Rodriguez also headed the development of the new Premios Univision Deportes, a sports awards program, and Expediente UD, the network’s new investigative series. Univision Deportes has grown in the digital space, launching the new Univision Deportes app which offers sports fans the ability to watch live sports via a computer or mobile device with a unique interactive experience that could be personalized to each individual fan. The brand also boasts a new 24/7 live streaming capability for UDN, providing fans with total access to Univision Deportes content whenever and wherever they want it.

Rodriguez has led UDN (Univision Deportes Network) to become the No. 1 Spanish-language sports network in the country in less than two years since its debut. Rodriguez has invested in a renowned talent roster, state of the art production sets and studios, and cutting edge technology, including new technology to produce live sports telecasts remotely.

Regarded as one of the top sports executives in the Americas, Rodriguez has an accomplished career in the industry. He joined Univision Deportes from Televisa Deportes Network (TDN) where he held the post of CEO and grew the brand to become Mexico’s sports content brand of choice. While at Televisa, he spearheaded the launch of TDN and its sister properties TDN HD, TDN2.0, TDN Centro America, and TDW, the No. 1 Mexican sports radio brand in Mexico. In addition, he successfully negotiated and acquired television and radio rights with FIFA, NFL, MLB, NBA, UEFA, RAI, CANAL PLUS, ISO, and more than 10,000 hours of sports programming with worldwide vendors.

Previously, Rodriguez was co-founder and CEO of Grupo Estadio. Under his leadership, Grupo Estadio became the leading partner for DIRECTV to produce and distribute the 2002 FIFA World Cup. A precursor to today’s TDN, Grupo Estadio was later acquired by Televisa. Prior to that role, he was a senior executive at Calzado Tecnico, an Adidas manufacturer in Mexico.

Rodriguez is the recipient of the 2015 Navigator Award, a Cynopsis Sports executive of the year recognition, and has been recognized twice by CableFax as “Most Influential Minorities in Cable.” He is founder of Con Pelotas, A.C., a non-profit organization which gives away soccer balls to children in southern Mexico.

Rodriguez is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program at IPADE Business School and holds a bachelor’s degree from Universidad Iberoamericana.

Juan Carlos Rodriguez , , , President, Univision Deportes

Peter H. Lori is executive vice president, Finance, chief accounting officer and deputy chief financial officer for Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America. Based in Teaneck, he leads Univision’s corporate finance team.

Prior to joining Univision, Lori served as an audit partner at KPMG, LLP, where he was responsible for supervising the delivery of financial statement audit and advisory services to large corporate clients in a wide variety of industries. Prior to that, he served as an audit manager and partner at Arthur Andersen, LLP, where he worked for 15 years.

Lori is a certified public accountant in New York and New Jersey. He holds a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Montclair State University.

Peter H. Lori , , , Executive Vice President, Finance, Chief Accounting Officer & Deputy Chief Financial Officer

Rosemary Mercedes is Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer for Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America.

In this role, Mercedes defines Univision’s overall communications strategy, including the media relations approach for all corporate and business matters, industry issues, and programming and talent publicity efforts. She works closely with a broad and varied range of constituents, partnering with senior leaders and across all business and corporate units to develop communications strategies that contribute to and advance UCI’s business plan and operating objectives.

An accomplished communications leader with nearly 20 years of public relations experience, Mercedes engages media and influencers through a lens that represents the increasingly diverse new American mainstream, while strategically positioning Univision as the innovative and influential company it is today.

Mercedes has played an integral role in building and executing some of Univision’s most successful communications and awareness campaigns over the past 10 years. Her impact has been recognized by the industry a number of times throughout her career; most recently Mercedes was named to The Holmes Report’s 2016 list of Rising Communications Leaders in North America, she was named among the Top Women in PR by PR News and as one of the Top 40 Under 40 PR Professionals in the U.S. by PR Week magazine. Mercedes also serves on the executive steering committee for eMERGE, UCI’s network of young professionals dedicated to representing the unique voice of next generation leaders.

Prior to Univision, she worked in various public relations roles across sectors, including non-profit and higher education. Her professional background includes international experience having worked at Halogen Communications, a public relations firm in Edinburgh, Scotland, where she partnered with clients across the education, social responsibility and property sectors.

Mercedes earned a Master of Arts in Corporate and Public Communications from Seton Hall University, where she also mentors current undergraduate students through the Communication Honors Associates Mentoring Program (CHAMP). She is fluent in Spanish and conversational in French.

Rosemary Mercedes , , , Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer

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