InterMedia's Sokol: Buying Into the Puerto Rican Market

November 2006
Multichannel News;11/6/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 44, p18
An interview with Alan Sokol, senior investment partner at InterMedia Partners LP is presented. It focuses on the move of the company to engage in the Puerto Rican television market with its acquisitions of the Spanish-language independent station WAPA-TV and cable and satellite superstation WAPA-America. He discusses the growth potential of the Puerto Rican market on the island and the mainland. He also describes WAPA-TV as a valid television service competing against Univision and Telemundo.


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