In a rare feat, Mexican-American music star and budding actress Jenni Rivera has a hand in projects from both major Spanish-language network operators. But she's looking to do much more.

"I have always wanted to be the Mexican Oprah Winfrey," she told The Hollywood Reporter. "I know that one day I will have my own TV talk show, maybe bilingual. I will probably have a radio talk show like Howard Stern does. I want to be one of the first Mexican females to be able to break into this."

Rivera, who specializes in the brass-based, traditional Mexican music style known as Banda, said she admires Whitney Houston, Jennifer Lopez and Beyonce for moving from music into acting.

After having often heard that she should try her hand at acting, Rivera will star in the Univision Webnovela "No Me Hallo" (Finding Myself). She also will executive produce (and at times appear in) a reality show for Telemundo's young adult-skewing mun2 network.

The latter, dubbed "Jenni Rivera Presents Chiquis & Raq-C," will feature Rivera's oldest daughter, who runs Rivera's business, and the daughter's best friend, a radio DJ. The show is about two young, strong Latinas making their way in the world.

In the Univision romantic comedy for the Web, Rivera plays a woman who constantly changes jobs as she tries to find herself. Univision Networks president Cesar Conde said "Hallo" will be filmed for the Web with 15-20 episodes of 3-5 minutes each. The network said the series could end up on TV.