Colombian broadcaster Caracol TV, which celebrates its 60th anni this year, is ramping up film production and international production services in the light of new film incentives from the…
Dominated by Caracol and RCN TV, Colombia's television duopoly can be credited with spurring the film production surge of the past decade as TV-trained talents applied their experience to bigscreen…
In a region where local TV content readily trumps foreign programming, Warner Channel is producing original content for the first time with the Latin American remake of its Emmy-winning plastic…
Spurred by the enormous worldwide success of "Ugly Betty," Colombian telenovela production and sales have grown exponentially over the past decade.
Sony Pictures Television and Colombia's Caracol Television have inked a three-year pact to co-produce at least two primetime skeins a year for Caracol.
NBC Universal's Spanish-language web Telemundo has inked a multi-year output deal with Colombia's Caracol TV, its first such pact in five years.
And then there was one.
Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset is producing an Italian adaptation of hit Colombian telenovela "Sin tetas no hay paraiso" (Without Breasts There Is No Paradise), in what is being touted as a big…
Colombia's Caracol TV has added a twist to the telenovela genre, literally.
Walt Disney TV Intl. Latin America has sold Colombian kiddie novela "Baby Sister" to broadcasters Televisa in Mexico and Azul TV in Argentina, marking its first foray into the soap genre.
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