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Cesar Conde Talks Telemundo Strategy

Cesar Conde, chairman of NBCUniversal International Group and NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises, took part in a NATPE keynote conversation with World Screen’s Anna Carugati, weighing in on storytelling for the U.S. Hispanic audience and revealing the strategies Telemundo has employed to drive ratings gains.

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Academy Day in Rio

Brazil is a vast and diverse country, geographically, socioeconomically and culturally. The biggest country in Latin America, Brazil boasts the largest economy in the region. It is also beset by difficult and enduring problems such as income inequality. But Brazilians are known for their happy-go-lucky attitude toward life; their national ...

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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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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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Event Preview: Brazil TV Forum

São Paulo’s Centro de Convenções Frei Caneca is gearing up to open its doors for the 14th edition of the Brazil TV Forum, taking place June 4 and 5. In line with past events, the forum is set to welcome producers, distributors, TV channels and content platforms from across Brazil, ...

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Eastern Europe’s Latin Flair

Distributors from Latin America are continuing to find strong interest for their telenovelas in Central and Eastern Europe and are expanding sales into new genres as well. Central and Eastern Europe’s love affair with Latin American telenovelas continues. While a number of territories across the region, such a Turkey, have ...

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