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General Manager for Latin America and Spanish Markets
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Brian Hopman is National Television Executive.Since joining AP in 1998 as Technical Marketing Coordinator, Hopman has worked on the technical and business development side of the Broadcast Technology group.In 2002, he became Sales Associate and began developing new business opportunities for AP's software products in Latin America, the Caribbean and parts of the United States.In 2005, he was promoted to National Television Executive and now manages AP's relationships with broadcast networks such as Univision and Telemundo, as well as customers in 16 countries.In 2004 and 2005, AP awarded him Sales Achievement Awards for exceeding goals.Prior to joining AP, Hopman held positions in newsrooms at WBAL-TV, Baltimore, and WISN-TV, Milwaukee.Hopman is a graduate of Marquette University, Milwaukee, with a B.A. in Political Science and Broadcast Journalism, and is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese. Brian Hopman
The Big Cheese (and other changes) | ENPS
Brian Hopman is currently AP's General Manager for Latin America and Spanish Markets - selling all sorts of AP content as well as ENPS.
But he actually started his career installing, training and supporting ENPS (although we were really doing more support for Newscenter than ENPS at that time...It's a long story - don't ask.). Now he's back with us again and very excited to be working with us again!
AP names Brian Hopman general manager of Latin American markets
Brian Hopman is Regional Director of Broadcast Markets, Latin America & Southeastern U.S. for The Associated Press.
AP is the essential global news network, and the world's largest and oldest news organization, serving as a source of news, photos, graphics, audio and video. In his role with AP, Hopman manages the news organization's business with broadcasters in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the U.S. Hispanic markets, including key customers such as Univision, Telemundo, Televisa, TV Azteca, and TV Globo. Hopman helps shape the AP's strategy and advises on the development of products for the Latin American and U.S. Hispanic markets. For five consecutive years, Hopman has won achievement awards for exceeding goals, and in 2008 he won AP's Bart Swenson Award for being the top achiever in the division. He joined AP in 1998 in its Broadcast Technology group, serving clients of AP's ENPS news production system. In that group, Hopman brought the ENPS system into Latin America, coordinating sales, marketing, installations and training. Prior to joining AP, Hopman held positions in newsrooms at Hearst-Argyle Television's WBAL-TV in Baltimore and WISN-TV in Milwaukee. Born in Chicago, Hopman holds a B.A. in Political Science and Broadcast Journalism from Marquette University, and is currently in the Executive MBA Program at the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. He also studied at the Universidad Complutense of Madrid and is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese. Hopman is married and lives on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Associated Press (AP) has named Brian Hopman (pictured below) as vice president and general manager of ENPS.
e has been AP's general manager for Latin American and Spanish media markets since 2010, and will now be responsible for managing the ENPS business on a global scale. Hopman_Brian900 "Brian brings a wealth of experience as an international revenue leader for AP and has a deep knowledge of the ENPS product," said Ken Dale, senior vice president and chief financial officer.