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Caracol Looks Further Afield

Caracol TV Internacional is responsible for delivering some of the most successful Colombian series out to a global audience. While the company has sold a mix of telenovelas, series and entertainment formats widely across Latin America, the international distributor has recently been ramping up its business in territories far outside ...

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U.S. Hispanic Networks’ World Cup Coverage

As the World Cup kicks off in Brazil, various Latino networks in the U.S. are hoping specialized coverage and second-screen extensions will satisfy the content demands of this traditionally soccer-crazed audience. Leading the pack in beefed-up football offerings is Univision Communications, which holds the exclusive Spanish-language broadcast rights to the ...

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Alberto Pecegueiro

This interview originally appeared in the MIPTV 2014 issue of World Screen. When Globosat launched, in 1991, it introduced Brazilian viewers to an array of choice that had never been seen before on television. In Globosat’s early years, only affluent consumers could afford pay-TV offerings, but thanks to packages tailored ...

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Zodiak Forecasts Brisk LatAm Business

Zodiak Rights' positive experiences of working with broadcasters in Latin America has led the company to increase its focus on this part of the world as well, according to Elliott Chalkley, the company's VP of sales. “Business is going well but there is always more we could be doing,” he ...

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Carlos Henrique Schroder

This interview originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2013 issue of World Screen. When you think of Brazil, you think of soccer, samba…and Globo. That’s because Organizações Globo is Brazil’s media behemoth. Owned by the Marinho family, it comprises a TV network, terrestrial stations, radio stations, cable channels, newspapers and more. ...

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