José Escalante, CEO of Latin Media and Roxana Rotundo, CEO of VIP 2000 TV
Both companies will host the PreOpening Party, which will take place on Tuesday, November 13. "We're hoping this partnership will be the start of something important," commented Roxana Rotundo.
Latin Media and VIP 2000 TV will have a prominent place in the upcoming edition of MipCancun, an event focused on the Hispanic television industry that will take place at the Moon Palace Resort in Cancun, Mexico, from November 14 to 16.
Both distributors joined to sponsor the PreOpening Party, which will take place on Tuesday the 13th, in an event they have called Happy Hour 2x1 and where they want to give an opening toast in order to receive their wide range of international clients.
VIP 2000 TV has reinforced its catalog of films and telenovelas this year, acquiring two new Greek productions that will be presented during MipCancun.
In addition, the company will show images of new series 2050, which was announced in the recent edition of Mipcom and shot in English along with Brazil's Casablanca and Europe's Mondo TV Iberoamérica.
"I believe that it's a crucial moment to strike partnerships in the region. I have been saying for a long time alliances and mergers are becoming more frequent among companies, and therefore we have bigger and bigger companies," said Roxana. Rotundo, CEO of VIP 2000 TV.
About the PreOpening Party, she added: "This first event is a first step towards an alliance that I have been trying to cement for several months, where the main independent distributors join together to hold events and bring together all our clients. I hope this is the start of something important."
On its end, Latin Media remains firm in its objectove to provide different and original programming alternatives, strongly betting on international content and stories that transmit values and diverse cultures.
In MipCancun, the company led by José Escalante will present six new series shot in stunning natural settings: Impostora (80x45 ') and Dulce Venganza (180x45') from the Philippines, Wild Horses (92x45 ') and Zoo (72x45') from Europe, and Duele amar (204x45') and Beyhadh (137x45') from India.
These new announcements join new sales for hit show Child Bride to Mexico and El Salvador, thanks to which the Turkish drama has managed to practically land in all Latin American territories except Colombia and Chile.
"Working as a team divides the work and multiplies the results. That's how we decided to host this welcome cocktail together, always fulfilling our business vision," said Escalante, CEO of Latin Media.
"We like to think big but always with our feet on the ground. We believe that Latin Media's hard work and vision will lead us on the right track both in the short and long term," he concluded.
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