Keith Turner

Title: President, Advertising Sales & Marketing, Univision

Years in Cable: 16+

Education: BS, Business Management and Marketing, CW Post

One Word that Best Describes Me: Realistic


Isaac Lee

Title: CEO, Fusion & Chief News and Digital Officer, Univision

Years in Cable: 3

Education: Journalism


Juan Carlos Rodriguez

Title: President, Univision Deportes

Years in Cable: 16+

Education: Business Administration

One Word that Best Describes Me: Passionate


Turner is championing Univision and its brands and building strategic partnerships like the Sony venture to promote the film “Hotel Transylvania” to Hispanic audiences. With oversight of Univision News across network and digital platforms, Lee has elevated the company’s commitment to, and recognition for, its journalistic endeavors—including co-moderating a presidential debate. He’ll also continue to guide Fusion, which Univision now controls. With Rodriguez as coach, Univision Deportes’ programming is a force to be reckoned with by any sports network and continues to see ratings surges on the strength of deals including a recent pact for UEFA soccer.


Keith Turner

I watch the majority of programming on this device: On a TV!

My personal theme song is: Springsteen—Land of Hopes and Dreams

Favorite vacation spot: Pebble Beach

New favorite binge: “House of Cards”

My Starbucks order: Never had a cup of coffee


Isaac Lee

The biggest innovation in cable over the last year: The attention paid to diversity in primetime television. Shows like “The Nightly Show,” “Master of None,” “People vs. OJ”, “Blackish,” “Key and Peele,” “Scandal,” “Empire,” “Jane the Virgin” and many others have shown that diversity in TV is not only the right thing to do, it’s good business. Now let’s hope we see more diversity when it comes to the moderators of Presidential elections.

Virtual reality is… an exciting storytelling tool

Last show I watched not on my network(s): “The Americans”

Favorite charity event I work with: The Committee to Protect Journalists

New favorite binge: “Making a Murderer”

Favorite Podcast: “Slate Money” hosted by Felix Salmon

Favorite vacation spot: Cartagena

My typical breakfast is: Arepa/Pandebono


Juan Carlos Rodriguez

The biggest innovation in cable over the last year: Producing live sports events remotely. We did it this year for the MLS season, and it will definitely change the way networks produce live events.

I watch the majority of programming on this device: A Huge TV

Favorite vacation spot: Okemo in Vermont. I love snow skiing with family & friends.

Best way to spend a Saturday night: There are many, but one of them is watching soccer obviously!

The technology that will most benefit cable over the next year is: The convergence between OTT and TVE services. The key is to deliver to audiences the content they want whenever and wherever they are and Networks, Distributors and OTT providers are working together to do so. 

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