Dori Media is setting ambitious goals for 2018, bolstered by its catalog’s high quality, which includes titles like Las Estrellas, Dumb, The Road to Calvary, The Best of All and Power Couple.
And as the first step towards meeting these goals, the company is attending the upcoming Natpe in Miami.
“Natpe is an excellent platform to showcase our formats to the world and we are very anxious to attend,” said Nadav Palti, CEO and President of Dori Media Group. “This year, along with our great formats, we will be presenting our award-winning fiction, Las Estrellas.”
Las Estrellas is the new successful series by Dori Media which after a successful launch in Argentina last May, has already been sold in Italy, Spain, El Salvador, Slovenia, Israel and India, proving to be one of the most popular shows in the national and international markets.
Dori Media believes it’s a format that can easily travel the world, since the concept, the story and the look of the cast could be right for any city.
The story of Las Estrellas is about 5 strong sisters, challenged to live their lives after their father dies. This made them work together to manage a hotel as the condition to inherit their father’s money.
The series has won over audiences’ hearts, setting impressive ratings records and growing its share by 80% since its launch in Argentina, Italy and Israel.
“This lovely story is about to become an international sensation and we hope the success in Israel, Argentina and Italy is repeated,” Palti said.
Present at Natpe, the company will also showcase The Road to Calvary by Russia’s NTV; the award-winning fiction Dumb; the studio game show The Best of All, already sold in Mexico, France and Thailand; and the reality show Power Couple.
“The latest additions to our catalog prove we’ve been successful in the diversification of our catalog, in line with the innovation demanded by the globalized market,” Palti said.
“We are sure we will accomplish great new things in 2018 with the variety of genres we have at Dori, knowing our clients’ many needs,” he added.