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August 26 to September 1, 2013.


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Ninas mal2


Agreements between DLA and VIACOM for the telenovela Niñas Mal2

DLA closed a deal with Viacom to offer exclusive episodes of the second season of the telenovela Niñas Mal2 in their VOD product via streaming…read more



After ten memorable meetings held in Miami, Barcelona, Madrid, Buenos Aires, Bogota, Peru and Miami, this year marks THE XI WORLD SUMMIT OF THE TELENOVELA AND FICTION SERIES INDUSTRY to be held from November 13th to the 15th at the Convention Center of the Sheraton Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in front of the beautiful and stunning Puerto Rican bayread more

Fernando Rondon


“We bet for the videogames, a highly competitive market in where you must go warily,” Fernando Rondón

The director of Televisa Home Entertainment spoke with TVMAS on the launching of Audio Ninja, a game that only in 24 horas was placed on… read more



Mauro Paez-Pumar, new commercial director of Chello Latin America

Also, Marcello Coltro, executive VP and COO, presented the new structure of his department. As part of changes to the executive structure and in order to increase its relevance in the market for pay TV in Latin America, Chello Latin America announced...read more

Jorge Murillo


“We have a partnership with YouTube, and our intention is to find hidden Mexican talent on this platform”, Jorge Murillo

The Regional Director of E! Entertainment spoke with TVMAS about new productions: Fashion Police andOpening Act, in the Latin version.This October, pay TV channel E! Entertainment will launch the Latin versions of Fashion Police, under the direction of Oscar Madrazo and Marcela Cuevas, as well as…read more

Pedro Torres


“Gossip girl en 4k digital format, we are pioneers of this technology”, Pedro Torres

The producer spoke with TVMAS about his new job, which he says is one of the most expensive series in the history…read more

Mujeres tvpago


Women said that their favorite channel is on Pay TV

According to IBOPE Media Colombia, TGI Latina and LAMAC, pay TV consumption continues to rise. The segment of women in this country, registered an increase of 10% during the first half of this year compared toread more

Nosotros los nobles


Nosotros los nobles, the highest prossing film in the history of Mexican cinema

The story and was purchased in Spain, United States and Peru. After breaking box office records and admissions of Mexican cinema, with more than…read more

In several interviews in TVMASmagazine magazine asserts that younger consumers are not models of their older counterparts, do not subscribe to pay TV services, and do not watch open Tv, opting for Netflix, Hulu Plus or OTT platforms.

In Mexico Televisa bets on Pay TV by buying Cablecom, an operator they bought two weeks ago for USD$ 546 million. So Televisa added one million subscribers and will control 56% of the market for pay-TV, to 63%.-

In Chile the TVN production of, ‘Somos Los Carmona’, is the most-watched TV series in prime time.

In Bolivia one thousand Integral Satellite Telecentres (TSI), which will provide satellite TV services, mobile telephony and broadband internet.

In Peru: Piracy in Telefonica cable TV, increased 5% in the first quarter.

The Chilean telco Entel, took effective control of Nextel Peru, after the U.S. group NII Holdings transferred 100% of the shares.

In Argentina: The online ad spending grew 35.2% during 2012.

In Spain La Sexta and Globomedia bet with the best and worst of TV in ‘Zapeando’ a program that has a group of cronies whom will discuss with humor today’s most peculiar TV.

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