Julio Rumbaut is an entrepreneur with substantive skills and success record in strategic, operational, content, distribution and transactional areas of US, Latin America and European traditional and new media sectors.
Mr. Rumbaut has a unique blend of skills in strategic, transactional, operating, content and distribution experience in the traditional and new media industries in the United States and Latin America as a Partner with Dick Clark Productions, a Senior Advisor to Univision, Univision Radio, Azteca America, TV Azteca, General Electric, Metromedia, Grupo Pegaso and Grupo Prisa and Telecinco of Spain.
Julio Rumbaut’s operating experience is extensive as the Founder and President of Telemundo of Florida owner WSCV-TV, Channel 51 in Miami / Ft. Lauderdale and as a Co-Founder of the Telemundo Network and Station Group, Co-Founder of the first bilingual FM radio station in the US, "Super Q" (WQBA-FM) and WSUA-AM, Radio Suave.
He was also Vice President / Station Manager of WQBA-AM & FM, Miami Florida, then owned by Susquehanna Broadcasting Company. Mr. Rumbaut’s professional experience includes Sales and Management duties, with United Artists Television and Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, in Puerto Rico and New York City.
Mr. Rumbaut’s corporate and community service includes serving as a member of the Board of Directors of Telemundo, Inc., of Puerto Rico, The March of Dimes and as a Trustee of the Cuban - American National Foundation.
Mr. Rumbaut holds a BBA in Economics from the University of Miami (1976) and an MBA from the University of Miami’s prestigious Executive MBA Program (1978.) He is a Graduate of the RAB’s Radio Sales Management Program at Rutgers University and the NAB’s Broadcasting General Management Program at the Harvard Graduate School of Business.