Artear hangs a shingle in Miami

NEW ORLEANS – Artear, Argentina’s second largest broadcaster, is setting up a Miami-based distribbery to handle growing export sales.

Grupo Clarin-owned Artear has ramped up its telenovela output from one to two a year and is also producing more youth-oriented programming.

Last year saw exports grow 35%, sales topper Jorge Vaillant told Daily Variety at last week’s NATPE TV market. Artear’s 1996 exports are independently estimated at about $4 million.

Vaillant will be assisted by sales exec Sheila Hall Aguirre, who joins Artear from Venezuelan-owned rival distrib Coral Pictures.

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