In the five years since he founded Campanario Entertainment, Jaime Dávila has established the company as a prolific source of multilingual content and a production bridge between the U.S. and Latin America. Fulfilling his goal of making opportunities for Latinx creators and inclusive programming for audiences, Jaime oversees development and production on both sides of the border. His slate includes the highly-anticipated scripted series on Selena Quintanilla for Netflix, Selena: The Series, the multigenerational reality series Mexican Dynasties for Bravo, an upcoming series for Amazon Prime Video, Como Sobrevivir Soltero, Bridges, a multi-generational, multi-cultural Latino family comedy that received a script commitment from ABC, and a number of unscripted and scripted projects in development. Campanario is also known for Camelia La Texana (for Telemundo) and Laugh Factory En Espanol (with Pantaya).
Jaime began his career at ICM, ITV Studios, and Bravo. At Bravo, he held progressively senior development roles as he adapted international formats and developed original series, including Best New Restaurant, The People’s Couch, and The Extreme Guide to Parenting (the latter created by Dávila).
Dávila earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard and a Master of Science in Latin American Studies from Oxford.