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Frank Louis Fouce, a pioneer of Spanish-language entertainment in the U.S. and a founder of what later became Univision, died Sept. 22 in Los Angeles of lymphoma. He was 85.
He founded Spanish International Communications Corp. in 1961 with his father, Frank Fouce Sr., and others. Frank Jr. served as president and chairman of the Board of Sicc, the first group of Spanish-language and Uhf television stations in the U.S., which later became Univision when it was bought by Hallmark. The first station of the group was Kwex-tv channel 41 in San Antonio. Fouce also served as president of Kmex-tv channel 34 in Los Angeles.
Fouce, who began his career in early Hollywood as an assistant director at Hal Roach Studios and also worked at Bing Crosby Enterprises and on “Fireside Theater,” was an impresario for 25 years, producing vaudeville shows at his Spanish International Theaters, including L.A.’s Million Dollar and Mayan venues, »
- Carmel Dagan
Mexican singer-producer Pepe Aguilar has inked with Wme.
The four-time Grammy winner has sold more than 12 million albums worldwide and has also founded several music labels dedicated to traditional Mexican music and Spanish-language rock.
He is also repped by Myman Greenspan Fineman Fox Rosenberg & Light. »
- Justin Kroll
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