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Telemundo Picks Up Three New Shows

NEW YORK: In addition to the programming slate it already announced, Telemundo Media has added three new series to its lineup: Let’s Get Married!, The Voice: Kids and We Are All Heroes. Let’s Get Married! (working title) is a reality competition featuring two engaged couples and their families who go ...

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Univision Presents New Programming Lineup

NEW YORK: Alongside presenting its 2012-13 programming lineup, Univision Communications has outlined several new digital content initiatives for the U.S. Hispanic market. Univision unveiled UVideos Digital Network, a new video platform that will serve all video content from its portfolio of TV networks. The service is set to launch this summer. ...

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Univision Aligns with AT&T in Multiplatform Deal

NEW YORK/DALLAS: Univision Communications is making its content available across all of AT&T’s platforms, including U-verse TV, online, smartphones and tablets. U-verse TV customers can watch the programming across various platforms and devices across multiple platforms, including live feeds of Univision networks in and outside of the home. The deal ...

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Telemundo Bulks Up Original Programming

NEW YORK: Telemundo Media has increased its original programming slate by nearly 40 percent, with more than 800 hours of new content. The new programming includes six telenovelas, among them The Lord of the Heavens, The Patron and The Face of Revenge. Telemundo also slated the novelas Forbidden Passion, An ...

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Univision Clinches Upfront Deal with Starcom USA

CHICAGO/NEW YORK: Univision Communications has announced its largest single-agency Upfront deal, clinching a "video-neutral" pact with Starcom USA and its Tapestry multicultural division that will bring ad dollars from brands like Burger King, Mars/Wrigley and Kellogg to the Hispanic media company’s broadcast, radio and online assets. The deal encompasses Univision’s two ...

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TV Latina Presents Digital Edition for Canitec

NEW YORK: Our Spanish-language sister publication TV Latina has unveiled its digital edition for Canitec, which includes a feature on the pay-TV landscape in Mexico, as well as interviews with, among others, Turner Broadcasting System Latin America’s Felipe De Stefani and Televisa Networks’ Bruce Boren. To view it, click here. ...

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Rive Gauche Titles Sell Across Latin America

LOS ANGELES: More than 300 hours of programming from the Rive Gauche Television catalogue is making its to Latin America in a round of new sales. Operation Repo was picked up in a pan-regional deal by Turner Latin America. HBO Latin America made its own pan-LatAm deal, for The Girl’s ...

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TV Latina Launches L.A. Screenings Preview Site

NEW YORK: The Spanish-language L.A. Screenings multimedia preview site provides you with a number of useful services in one location, including interviews with Televisa’s José Bastón, Cisneros Group’s Adriana Cisneros and Telemundo’s Emilio Romano, along with a video featuring Don Francisco talking about 50 years of Sábado Gigante. To ...

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Televisa, Globomedia in Production Venture

MADRID: Mexican media giant Grupo Televisa is partnering with the Imagina Media Audiovisual-owned Spanish outfit Globomedia to form a production company. The joint venture will develop content for the Spanish and international markets. Its creation follows the transaction earlier this year that saw Televisa exchanging its stake in LaSexta for ...

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