The creation of Colombia's first two private TV stations could prove a washout after contenders blanched last week at the prospect of paying a minimum $95 million for the licenses.
BOGOTA — When Colombia’s Producciones Jes filmed its May 8 episode of its new soap “Perfume de Agonia” (Scent of Agony), they knew it would raise some eyebrows. The climax of the episode comes when…
BOGOTA – Colombia seems set to emerge from the dark ages of state-dominated TV after Congress approved the creation of the country’s first-ever private networks Monday. Coming more than five years…
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