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Front Page » 2011 » June (Page 4)

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Telemundo Plans To Tape 1100 Hours Of Telenovelas In Miami

About 85% of the 1,300 hours of telenovelas that Hialeah-based Telemundo plans to produce in 2011 will be made in Miami-Dade.…

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10 Million Pounds Of Consumer Electronics Waste Finds New Life

Consumer electronics waste — everything from outdated cell phones to broken printers — is growing two to three times faster than other waste, creating a revenue-generating line of business for…

Miami International Airport Cargo Facilities Get Mammoth Rampup

Miami International Airport's cargo facilities will soon grow about 16% due to a half-a-million-square-foot warehouse rising for Centurion Air Cargo.…

Florida International Universitys Renewable Energy Test With Southcom Gets A Grade

A mobile, renewable-energy medical center successfully tested in the Dominican Republic as part of a partnership between the military's Southern Command and Florida International University indicates that a mix of…

City Of Miami To Ok Burn Notice For Another Year At Coconut Grove Expo Center

Fans of cable TV hit "Burn Notice" — and of the $2 million it pumps into the local economy with each episode filmed — can exhale.…

City Of Miami Film Studio Already In Use Eyes 3 Million A Year Income

At full capacity, the planned Miami Entertainment Complex could funnel almost $3 million a year to Miami's Omni Community Redevelopment Agency, according to an agency report.…

Miamidade County Seeks Deals For Telecommunications Towers In Parks

Communication towers may soon pop up around Miami-Dade parks — supplementing the Department of Park and Recreation's yearly budget by up to $2.64 million a year.…

Were Getting A New Mayor For 13andahalf Months To What Gain

Miami-Dade's voters recalled a mayor because they wanted change — at least, the 15% who ousted Carlos Alvarez in March did. Next week, they get their wish.…

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