Univision's New Cable Channel Fusion Opens HQ In Doral

Aug 29, 2013

Doral Mayor Luigi Boria (left) Florida Gov. Rick Scott (middle) and Univision President Cesar Conde (right) take their positions at the ribbon cutting of Fusion, the new ABC/Univision joint venture on August 26.
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Univision dominates Spanish-language broadcasting, more than doubling the audience of its largest rival, Telemundo. But starting this fall, Univision will tackle an audience that has always been foreign to the Doral-based network: people who watch television in English.

With ABC as a partner, Univision is betting big on carving out a niche in English-language television with Fusion, a cable network billed as targeting young Hispanics.

Gov. Rick Scott traveled to Doral on Wednesday for a ribbon-cutting of the new, 150,000-square-foot news headquarters for both Univision and Fusion. The shared space will allow star journalist Jorge Ramos to deliver his 6:30 p.m. Univision newscast in Spanish, then walk about 50 steps to anchor an hour-long Fusion newscast in English.

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