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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Univision Communications Inc.
The head of Univision, the largest Spanish-language broadcast network in the U.S., sent a letter Friday begging President Obama to be more generous to the illegal immigrant children surging across the U.S. border, and decrying "attempts to politicize it."
The Spanish-language Univision this summer is launching a digital network that will enable viewers to tap into its programming on computers, smartphones and tablets.
Univision, the nation's No. 1 Spanish-language broadcaster, is bringing its popular telenovelas and other prime-time TV programming to online video service Hulu.
Univision Communications Inc. has agreed to pay $1 million to settle allegations that the company's radio stations and its employees accepted secret cash payments to give more frequent airplay to artists with a former Univision recording label.