As Co-Editor, Gabriel Espinosa strives for that product of excellence! As one who has had that unique blend of global
experience, working the television and motion picture industries since being sixteen years old. His experience is broad -
not limited to - General Hospital, Chips, Fantasy Island, Moon Lighting, Ten Speed and Brownshoe, Dukes of Hazzard, Cagney
and Lacey, and Hunter to name a few.
His friendship to Fantasy Island producer Gordon Rowe gave Gabriel that insight needed in the packaging of entertainment
products. His unique brand of creation, brought forth, the first Bilingual Telethon in television history. His contribution
not only brought that experience of cross marketing to fruition. But his friendship to Fantasy Island producer clinched the
Co-host spot for Ricardo Montalban.
Thus the First Variety International Telethon co-hosted by both Monty Hall & Ricardo Montalban. Many of his personal
friends also appeared such as John Stamos, Woody Stroud, Fernando Allende and many more. The show garnished $17 million for
the weekend, which also benefitted the Los Angeles Variety Boys and Girls Club, who had been introduced to Gabriel by Hector
Uruchurtu, great-grandson to the former president of Mexico.
While learning and experiencing unique applications to scenes, motion picture techniques became evident to him. His experiences
led him through much variety, his work on the Golden Moment, which starred Stephanie Zimbalist Jr. and David Keith, with appearances
by Ed Mcmahon and James Earl Jones showed him techniques for a major outdoor production.
While working on the Movie at the 20th Century Fox Lot called "Blade Runner" which starred Harrison Ford, his attention
to detail was enhanced.
Through-out the years Gabriel has dabbled in the music industry. His efforts brought forth productions that have included,
Oingo Boingo, Shiela E. (daughter of Pete Escovedo of the group "Santana") Spandau Ballet and others.
While Texas is home for Gabriel, his involvement has not gone un-noticed. As CFO for The Youth Development Foundation,
His brainchild became that pivitol force that brought Wemus (Dennis Grubb - who did inaugural balls for both terms of
President Bush), together with Preston Chancellor at that effort for funding scholarships through concert events.
Gabriel produced and set into motion 5 shows for the Texas leg of the World Classic Rockers, that included Randy Meisner
(Hotel California) Michael Monarch, Nick St.Nicholas (Born to be Wild), Spencer Davis (Hold the Line) Denny Lane formerly
of "The Moody Blues" & "Wings" with Paul McCartney, to name a few. This concept is now a premier way of generating
capital for scholarships in West Texas.