The Grupo Salinas company, Dopamine, says in a statement that Spanish Script Doctor Amaya Muruzábal, and Mexican Executive Producer Gabriela Valentán, will be their Chief Content Officer and Chief of Production respectively.
Muruzábal is a specialist in managing large writing teams for international entertainment and fiction formats, particularly short series, of which she has also been creative. Director of development for companies such as La Competencia TV and Señor Mono in Spain, she has also worked as Script Doctor for numerous international film directors.
On the other hand, Valentán is one of the independent Mexican producers with greater participation and executive experience in fiction for Mexico and US Hispanic. Her work includes bio series, dramatized series and documentaries for Bravo Films, Canal Once, Argos, Lemon Studios, Discovery, HBO, Sony Entertainment Television, Telemundo and Televisa, among others.
Fidela Navarro, CEO of Dopamine, said that “for the first time in Mexico, a TV channel brings talented women to the forefront of two key executive posts. Amaya and Gabriela have the experience, methodology, sensitivity, freshness, vision and passion that the new contents of Mexico for the world require. They deserve a challenge like this because they are the ones that play with everything for good content.”
Amaya Muruzábal has a degree in journalism and a doctorate in audiovisual communication from the University of Navarra.
Gabriela Valentán studied film and video directing at the Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV (EICTV) in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba. She has a degree in dramatic literature and theater from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.