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Globo TV International Unveils 2012 Catalogue

MIAMI: Globo TV International presented its new catalogue of telenovelas, series and documentaries at a breakfast event at NATPE this morning. “Our objective is to give our clients a taste of Brazil," said Raphael Corrêa Netto, the head of international sales. "Or rather, the optimism, high spirits, cheerfulness, affection, among the ...

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Lionsgate-TISA to Offer New Films International Titles in Latin America

LOS ANGELES: Lionsgate-TISA Television International has been named as the exclusive representative for at least 20 new theatrical titles from New Films International for the Latin American market. The deal gives Lionsgate-TISA, a recently formed joint venture between Lionsgate and Maryann Pasante’s Television Internacional Sur America, the exclusive TV rights ...

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FME Sells Titles Across Latin America

MIAMI: Ahead of NATPE, FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME) has sold a number of its titles throughout Latin America, among them the current season of American Idol and the Got Talent format. The 11th season of American Idol will be available pan-regionally through SPE (Sony Pictures Entertainment) Networks Latin America and terrestrial outlets ...

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Telefónica Adds Sony Content to VOD Platforms in Latin America

MADRID: Films such as The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Moneyball are headed to Telefónica VOD platforms in Latin America through a new deal signed with Sony Pictures. The Telefónica and Terra video-on-demand platforms in Latin American countries will feature Sony Pictures’ feature film content, including new releases, on ...

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TV Latina Preview for NATPE Now Available

NEW YORK: The TVLatina.tv NATPE preview site provides you with a special video report titled Foco en España, featuring interviews with some of the most important media executives in Spain, articles on free TV in Latin America and on the Spanish television production business, as well as interviews with Time ...

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TeleFutura Makes Key Appointments, Expands Programming

MIAMI: Luis Fernández-Rocha has been named senior VP of TeleFutura and Carlos Bardasano the VP of programming and original productions at the network, which is expanding its programming lineup to include the hit series Family Guy as well as a new daytime talk show. Fernández-Rocha most recently served as the ...

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Telemundo Names Senior VP of Alternative Programming

MIAMI: Former Univision exec Maria Lopez Alvarez has been named the senior VP of alternative programming at Telemundo Media. In her new role, Alvarez will oversee Telemundo’s alternative and reality programming, including current non-scripted productions and specials. She also will supervise new program development and will report to Alina Falcon, ...

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Telefe Content Finds New International Broadcasters

BUENOS AIRES: Telefe International has signed up new broadcasters for three programs from its catalogue, including Detectives, Brothers & Co. The series Detectives, Brothers & Co. premiered in Brazil on the Bandeirantes network on January 7. The comedy has already been adapted in regions in Europe and Latin America. On ...

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Latin Media Corp. Preps for NATPE

MIAMI: Latin Media Corp. is set to offer new animation, telenovelas and series at NATPE, including Saladin, Pushovers and El Don. Latin Media Corp. will feature new telenovela titles at NATPE, such as Pushovers, Blue Love, Symphony of Fate and Starlit. Also on offer at market are the novelas Cool ...

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