Ferrari is celebrating six months in his job at Telemundo, having previously overseen Univision’s corporate development as an EVP. Currently, he’s working closely with NBCU chair Cesar Conde on the operational/finance side of the construction of Telemundo’s new global headquarters, set to open in early 2018. Ferrari also supports the company’s business units, including the broadcast and cable networks digital, sports and news divisions, international distribution
groups, and corporate functions. Known as a seasoned executive with a wide range of operating, strategic and financial skills with a wealth of experience and deep industry relationships, Ferrari is also a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations. “We need to dive deeper into audiences we’re trying to reach to understand the nuances of every culture and create programming that is inclusive,” he says.

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