TVMAS Magazine is a trade publication in the television, and audiovisual contents sector for TV and multiple platforms, based in Miami and working with specialized journalists located in various Latin American countries, Europe, Africa and Asia.
Created by journalist and producer Amanda Ospina in Buenos Aires, Argentina in June 1999. From this date this publication circulates and participates in several world markets and fairs such as NATPE in United States; NAB in United States; NCTA in United States; ANDINA LINK in Cartagena, Colombia; MIPTV in Cannes, France; CONVERGENCIASHOW in Mexico City, Mexico; THE L. A. SCREENINGS in Los Angeles, California; DISCOP in Dubai, UAE; THE BUSAN CONTENTS MARKET in Busan, South Korea; TEPAL in Panama, The Republic of Panama; JORNADAS DE CABLE in Buenos Aires, Argentina; MIPCOM in Cannes, France; ASIAN TELEVISION FORUM in Singapore; PUNTA SHOW in Punta del Este, Uruguay, CHILE MEDIA SHOW in Santiago, Chile among others.
Some film festivals such as: The Film Festival of Cartagena; The International New York Film Festival; The Film Festival of Miami, The Film Festival in West Palm Beach; The Film Festival in Guadalajara; The Fort Lauderdale Film Festival ; The Berlin Film Festival and The San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain.
OUR MISSION: To deliver the best information as a vehicle for the development of the audiovisual business sector in several trade shows as a valuable tool for decision makers in the audiovisual contents industry, in Open TV, Pay TV and multiplatforms. We work to support the distribution of ideas, concepts, formats and contents.
OTHER PRODUCTS AND SERVICES: TVMAS organized under the leadership of its founder and director, the World Summit of the Telenovela and Fiction Series Industry. This event is unique in the world and this year is in its eleventh edition. This summit has been held in the United States, Europe and Latin America. ONLY TELENOVELAS FICTION & FORMATS is published in English once a year, to analyze trends, developments and the distribution of these contents throughout the world.