Under the tutelage of Raúl Velasco, Alberto Ciurana remained in the most important variety show that national and Latin American television had until he was 24 years old: “It was a great experience because it was a live program, which began at four o’clock in the morning. late and ended at 11 at night,” he shared at the time.
Once he left Televisa, at the age of 24, he moved to the United States to assume his appointment as Vice President of Operations and Production of the Spanish International Network (SIN) —now Univision—, but after the sale to the Hallmark company, he changed his residence again.
Alberto then decided to undertake the adventure beyond the Atlantic and decided to go live in Europe, where he was responsible for all international operations, especially on the continent, for Televisa, based in London, but with another sales office in Spain.
From that European adventure, the first satellite signal in Shakespeare’s language emerged in Europe: “It was very original and innovative to receive a channel in Spanish different from Spanish Television or the autonomous ones that already existed,” Ciurana shared with the specialized media ‘Produ’.
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