TELEFE


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TELEFETelevision Federal (Argentina)
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Telefe's CEO, Alejandro Parra, said his company, which has made big business out of selling telenovela formats, is beginning to expand: "We're not just distributing products, we want to provide support to our clients and expand into a consulting company, so that we use our expertise in productions and promotions to help our clients."
Luego, en 2016, Artear de Argentina se retiro del mercado de ventas de contenido de television del mundo, seguido despues por Telefe, que dejo de ser una marca internacional, cuando fue adquirida por Viacom.
This was primarily driven by a six percentage point favorable impact from the Telefe purchase, in addition to growth in Europe.International advertising revenues increased 22% to $371 million.
"Cutting them down to 60 episodes each allows us to produce eight to 10 a year," says Telefe international business director Tomas Yankelevich, who points out that new digital platforms such as DLA, Netflix etc.
Los exitosos Perez es una emision que lleva creditos de Telefe y Endemol.
ALGARVE: Depart September 6 for four nights in Portugal at the four-bed Villa Casa Telefe with pool in Albufeira from pounds 395.
For networks, too, advertisers have become a source of content that they couldn't otherwise afford, says Alejandro Stoessel, artistic manager of leading broadcaster Telefe, a unit of Spain's Telefonica.
This could bring the content, or adaptations, to Viacom'sA Channel 5 in Great Britain, its recently acquired Telefe in Argentina, and India's Colors.
(Telefe), one of the main free-to-air channels in Argentina, by Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN), the companies said.
Telefe provides production, distribution and sale of content and multiplatform services in Argentina.
Productora de la cadena televisiva argentina TELEFE, Fusaro dice que la mexicana tiene un contexto de robo de bebes y prostitucion infantil por decision de TV Azteca.
In the 1990s, no fewer than 10 additional LATAM distributors entered the international market, with such companies as Coral (RCTV), Telefe, ARTEAR, Tepuy, and Television Latina (from Venevision).