Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, left, on set in Miami in 2013 with news chief Isaac Lee, who says the network is planning for a future that is "young, digital and diverse." To do so, Univision is leaning on content partner Televisa to diversify its shows.
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, left, on set in Miami in 2013 with news chief Isaac Lee, who says the network is planning for a future that is "young, digital and diverse." To do so, Univision is leaning on content partner Televisa to diversify its shows. Alexia Fodere For The Washington Post
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, left, on set in Miami in 2013 with news chief Isaac Lee, who says the network is planning for a future that is "young, digital and diverse." To do so, Univision is leaning on content partner Televisa to diversify its shows. Alexia Fodere For The Washington Post

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