Univision said it is creating 87 new positions at Univision News and will be hiring reporters, anchors, correspondents, producers, editors, operators and technicians as it expands its news operation.
The new jobs include positions in Miami, Houston, Chicago and Phoenix.
The company said the expansion reflects its commitment to service the Hispanic community with in-depth reporting, analysis and context on multiple platforms.
Univision was acquired earlier this year by a group led by former Viacom CFO Wade Davis.
Univision is set to merge with Televisa to form a Spanish-language media giant. The company said it will have more to say about its expansion plans when the merger is completed.
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