A former NBC network president will become the vice president and chief operating officer of Univision, B&C reports.
The job goes to Randy Falco, who will work out of New York.
Says the report: "Ray Rodriguez had been Univision president and COO. He retired at the end of 2009, but his had been more of a programming and operations role as COO, while Falco will focus on revenue generation, according to a source."
Falco will work under Univision President and CEO Joe Uva.
Falco was with NBC for 30 years, including turns as network president from 1998-2004 and president of broadcast and network operations from 1993-1998. More recently Falco was chairman of AOL.