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April 1, 2006 | From a Times Staff Writer
Jeff Valdez, co-founder of Si TV, will step down as head of programming but continue to serve as chairman of the Los Angeles-based cable channel, the company said. Edward R. Leon, the network's senior vice president of production, will assume the additional role of acting head of programming. The management shake-up comes after the August appointment of Michael Schwimmer as chief executive. Schwimmer is a former top lieutenant at EchoStar Communications Corp.
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April 1, 2006 | From a Times Staff Writer
Jeff Valdez, co-founder of Si TV, will step down as head of programming but continue to serve as chairman of the Los Angeles-based cable channel, the company said. Edward R. Leon, the network's senior vice president of production, will assume the additional role of acting head of programming. The management shake-up comes after the August appointment of Michael Schwimmer as chief executive. Schwimmer is a former top lieutenant at EchoStar Communications Corp.
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April 6, 2004 | Sallie Hofmeister
Si TV has secured more than $60 million in financing from a group that includes major pay television distributors and several private equity investors including Time Warner Inc., EchoStar Communications and DND Equity Partners. The Los Angeles-based cable channel, which targets Latino viewers, launched in February with English-language programming that targets 18- to 34-year-old second- and third-generation Latinos.
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April 6, 2004 | Sallie Hofmeister
Si TV has secured more than $60 million in financing from a group that includes major pay television distributors and several private equity investors including Time Warner Inc., EchoStar Communications and DND Equity Partners. The Los Angeles-based cable channel, which targets Latino viewers, launched in February with English-language programming that targets 18- to 34-year-old second- and third-generation Latinos.
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