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TV Latina Presents a Preview for the L.A. Screenings

NEW YORK: TV Latina has unveiled a Spanish-language preview site for the L.A. Screenings that includes a special video report about formats in Latin America, featuring FremantleMedia’s Jack Alfandary, Comarex’s Marcel Vinay, A+E Networks’ Mayra Bracer and Pedro Torres of El Mall, along with a host of other resources. Along ...

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C Music TV Lands in Latin America & the Caribbean

PARIS: TV5MONDE has signed the first agreement for the C Music TV channel in Latin America and the Caribbean, on behalf of THEMA. The 24-hour channel features classical and cinematic music, showcasing music videos, artist interviews, live performance excerpts and behind-the-scenes footage. The channel has now launched in the Dominican Republic, ...

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VIP 2000 TV Scores MGM Movies for Latin America

MIAMI: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios (MGM) is supplying the free-TV rights for a number of movie titles, including The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, to VIP 2000 TV for 14 countries across Latin America. Along with the rights for the second film in the Hobbit trilogy, the package includes a number of ...

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L.A. Screenings Spotlight: Bandeirantes Communication Group

LOS ANGELES: Brazil takes center stage in a number of the current productions from Bandeirantes Communication Group. Across the genres of reality, fiction and documentary, Band is offering titles that “show the various realities in the country,” says Elisa Ayub, the company’s director of international contents. One of the series ...

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Cisneros Group Invests in Rocket Internet Outfit

MIAMI: The Cisneros Group of Companies has made an initial investment of $10 million in Mobly, a leading home-furnishing webstore in Brazil that is part of the Rocket Internet corporate portfolio. The total investment, made through Cisneros Interactive Group, could top $20 million in a year. Mobly launched in Brazil ...

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Azteca Drama Finds Success in Chile

MEXICO CITY: Lo Que Callamos Las Mujeres (What Women Keep in Silence), a drama series from Azteca, is proving to be a success on Chilevision in Chile. Since its premiere on the network, Lo Que Callamos Las Mujeres, which is adapted and produced for viewers in Chile, has earned an average of ...

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Telemundo Becomes First U.S. Hispanic Partner for zeebox

MIAMI: Telemundo Media is working with zeebox to add new second-screen experiences to its programming, with expanded social and mobile interaction offered. Those who download the zeebox app will gain access to exclusive second-screen experiences for Telemundo content, starting with the 2013 Latin Billboard Awards, which air on April 25. ...

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mun2 Unveils 2013/2014 Originals Slate

UNIVERSAL CITY: Telemundo’s cable network for Hispanic millennials, mun2, is set to deliver more than 200 hours of original programming in the 2013/2014 season, including the new series Horoscopos, Viva Los Vargas and Reinas de Realty. Horoscopos is focused on regional Mexican music stars Horoscopos de Durango. Viva Los Vargas ...

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Argentina Tapped as MIPCOM Country of Honor

CANNES: Liliana Mazure, the president of the Argentine National Film Board (Instituto Nacional de Cine y Artes Audiovisuales/INCAA), spoke to World Screen Newsflash in Cannes today about the significance of Argentina being selected as the country of honor at MIPCOM 2013. Mazure told World Screen that the goal of the MIPCOM ...

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MIPTV Spotlight: Venevision International

CANNES: The action series Lucia’s Secrets, being showcased by Venevision International, was primarily shot on location throughout Caracas, Venezuela, and Miami, Florida. From Venevision Productions comes the telenovela Rosario, starring Guy Ecker, Itahisa Machado and Lorena Rojas. Both titles are being offered up by Venevision International in Cannes, along with ...

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