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MIP Cancun 2018 to Welcome 130-Plus Distributors


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The fifth edition of the MIP Cancun Latin American TV market, taking place in Mexico from November 14 to 16, will be attended by more than 130 distributors from nearly 40 countries worldwide.

Among the distributors are A+E Networks from the U.S., A2 Distribuidora from Brazil, all3media from the U.K., ARTE France, Artico Distribution and Atresmedia from Spain, ATV from Turkey, Banijay from France, Blue Ant Media from Canada, Boomerang from Spain, Calinos from Turkey, Caracol from Colombia, Comarex from Mexico, Dick Clark from the U.S., Dint from Chile, Discovery Networks from the U.S. and Dori Media from Israel.

The list also includes Eccho Rights from Sweden, Endemol Shine from the U.K., Federation Entertainment from France, FremantleMedia from the U.K., Global Agency from Turkey, Globo and Globosat/Gloob from Brazil, Kanal D/DTV Haber from Turkey, Keshet from Israel, Lagardere Studios from France, Latin America Corp from the U.S., Ledafilms from Argentina, and Lionsgate, Miramax and Paramount from the U.S.

Additional distributors are Polarstar from Argentina, RCN Television from Colombia, Somos from the U.S., Star India, Toei Animation from Japan, Trinity Distribution & Production from Argentina, Turner Latin America from the U.S., TV Tokyo from Japan, Viacom, VIP 2000 TV, Warner Bros. and WPT Distribution from the U.S., YLE from Finland, ZDF Enterprises from Germany and ZEE TV from India.

“Latin America is a vibrant territory for original content creation and MIP Cancun is dedicated to providing an exceptional platform for developing new partnerships for distribution and content development, both on a regional and international level,” said Ted Baracos, the director of MIP Cancun.



About Joanna Padovano Tong

Joanna Padovano Tong is the managing editor of World Screen. She can be reached at jpadovano@worldscreen.com.

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