Leo Perez is currently working in Miami on TV and Film Productions and is joined by his wife Linda Alvarez. He is the General Manager for a European media company. Previously, he joined Sí TV as chief operating officer in August 2000. In his position, Perez was responsible for overseeing all of the company’s day-to-day network operations. Prior to taking his post at Sí TV, Perez was Vice President of International Networks, Latin America, for Sony Pictures Entertainment. While there, he oversaw the company’s Latin American Networks Group, which includes Sony Entertainment Television, AXN, Advertising Sales as well as its partnership in 6 other channels within the HBO Latin America platform. Perez initially joined Sony in 1995 to become the General Manager for the launch of Latin America’s first basic cable network transmitted in English with Spanish subtitles, Sony Entertainment Television (SET). In just three years, the channel became one of the highest rated pan-regional cable networks, reaching 11 million homes in 20 Latin American countries. During his tenure, SET was awarded seven Promax Awards, an Anda Award (the Clios of Venezuela) and one of the network’s original series took home honors in the Variety/Music category at the New York Festival. From 1992 to 1995, Perez was a sales and marketing manager at KCBS-TV in Los Angeles. He also developed the Promax Award-winning Ride Into The West campaign, a walk-on role campaign for the hit series, “Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman.” The network was so pleased with the campaign that it was rolled out to over 60 CBS affiliate markets. Prior to joining CBS, Perez was a founding partner in the Viva Television Network, a U.S. cable network targeted to the Hispanic market. Additionally, Perez held three different affiliate sales/marketing positions with Showtime Networks from 1985 to 1990.