@todotvnews - 29/05/2015

Whats New in LatAm This Week?

Keshet to develop new dramas in Latin America, Game of Thrones is the most demanded show in Peru, Liberty Media reportedly interested in Univision stake, Directv Now to reach Brazil next year, and more.

This week in the news:
Keshet develops new dramas in Latin America. Atar Dekel, Head of Drama Co-Productions at Keshet International, spoke to ttvnews about the company's plans to develop high-end local dramas in countries like Brazil, Argentina and Colombia.
The Brazilian drama will be a Biblical-themed fiction developed with a local producer.
Which are the most demanded shows in Peru? Parrot Analytics revealed the top shows of the week of July 10-16, with Game of Thrones leading the general ranking and House of Cards as the top digital show.
13 Reasons Why and Stranger Things complete the Top 3.
Liberty Media interested in Univision stake. The Wall Street Journal revealed John Malone and Greg Maffel, president and CEO of Liberty Media, met with representatives from the Hispanic media company to evaluate a potential investment.
According to WSJ, Univision's stock market debut could be delayed until 2018.
Directv Now to reach Brazil next year. The news was revealed this week by Luiz Eduardo Baptista, president of Sky Brazil, to Folha de São Paulo. 
AT&T's online skinny bundle will be different and face more challenges than the US version.
Mexico reaches 7 million OTT subscribers. A new report by The Competitive Intelligence Unit says OTT subscriptions grew 24.1% in Mexico from last year, reaching 7 million clients.
According to the report Mexico currently has 26.7 million pay TV and audio subscribers.

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