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Sábado Gigante podría salir del aire

Sabado

Todo indica que el conductor Don Francisco, tiene un pie fuera de Univisión. De acuerdo con un programa de radio en Puerto Rico, Mario Kreutzberger — de 74 años, presentador de‘Sábado Gigante’, que ha estado al aire por 50 años — próximamente abandonará las filas de Univision.

A pesar de que Don Francisco, supuestamente tenía un sueldo cercano a los $13 millones al año, esos no son los motivos de su salida. Se dice que la cadena está teniendo duras caídas, por lo que su estrategia será tener caras nuevas que cautiven al público joven.

Esta caída en televidentes afecta a varias cadenas que empiezan a buscar ‘sangre nueva’, por ejemplo Telemundo, competidora directa de Univisión, mantiene buenos niveles de audiencia en el reality show ‘La Voz Kids’, en comparación con ‘Nuestra Belleza Latina’, dirigida a un público de mayor edad.

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Sabado Gigante to leave Univision

Everything indicates that host Don Francisco, has one foot out of Univision. According to a radio program in Puerto Rico, Mario Kreutzberger – 74, host of Sabado Gigante, which has been on the air for 50 years – will soon leave the ranks of Univision.

Although Don Francisco, allegedly had a nearly $ 13 million a year salary, this is not the basis for his departure. It is said that the network is having hard times with ratings, so their strategy will be new faces that captivate young audiences.

This drop in viewers affecting several networks who are all beginning to look ‘new blood’. For example Telemundo, Univision’s direct competitor maintains high ratings in the reality show ‘The Voice Kids’ compared with ‘Nuestra Belleza Latina’ directed to an older crowd.

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