Gustavo Pupo-Mayo is Chairman of the Television Association of Programmers Latin America (TAP), an industry trade association, that represents more than 120 Pay TV channels throughout Latin America in regulatory and legal matters.
Previously, he was founding President and CEO of MGM Networks Latin America and has held various positions in the media industry such as founding President of CBS TeleNoticias; Senior Vice-President of News and Public Affairs for Telemundo Network; General Manager of El Nuevo Herald; and News Director of WLTV Channel 23, the Univision flagship station in the Miami market. Indeed, Mr Pupo-Mayo, a lawyer and journalist with more than 40 years’ experience in television and print media, has founded and led a number of international media properties throughout his career. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Americas Society/ Council of the Americas, a business association dedicated to education, debate, and dialogue in the Americas.
Mr Pupo-Mayo is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Law and has a bachelor’s degree in journalism, also from the UM.
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