RTVE at MIPCOM 2019 offered content and international channels

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The company presented its extensive catalog of content and international channels. Titles as the thriller ‘Malaka’, has aroused interest in operators from countries as diverse as the United States, Greece and Germany 

La Caza. Monteperdido

This year’s fiction premieres, which were already presented at MIPTV in March and at the SHOWCASE that RTVE offers in Spain for clients and media under the slogan “a world of emotions”, continue to attract great attention. An agreement for the sale of ‘La caza. Monteperdido’ is closed to an open TV operator in Italy. And talks with operators from the Balkan countries and other Eastern European countries, as well as from Japan, Greece, the United States and Israel, who are interested in acquiring the series, are going ahead.

Agreements were closed that expand the number of countries in which you can watch series such as  ‘La Otra Mirada’ and ‘Estoy Vivo’, which have premiered a new season this year, and ‘Hospital Valle Norte’, which premiered at the beginning of the year.

Maria Jesús Pérez

Series like ‘La Señora’, ‘El Caso, Crónica de Sucesos’ or ‘Pelotas’, are also on the radar of several buying countries.

‘El Ministerio del Tiempo,’ on Netflix, has been sold to open TV operators in the Balkan countries, and there is also interest from operators in Colombia and Israel.

For its part, the daily series ‘Derecho a Soñar’ has been sold to be broadcast by open TV operators, and SVOD platforms in the Middle East and the United States.

The offer of documentaries is extensive and agreements have been closed for the sale of several packages of documentaries of different genres to distinct countries, among which France, Russia or Uruguay stand out.

The digital series of the Playz channel excite operators in the Middle East, the United States and France, who have shown interest in acquiring a package for broadcast.

As for the fiction cans sold, there is also interest from operators from diverse countries, especially from Russia, Israel, France, the Middle East and Greece in the acquisition of the format of various contents, in order to adapt them in their own countries.

“Despite the boom of streaming TV, international RTVE channels continue to enjoy great acceptance,” says María Jesús Pérez, director of International Sales and adds that “In this MIPCOM distribution agreements have been closed, both of the complete package of the 4 channels, as of individual channels, with distributors from Belgium, Peru, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, New Zealand, Israel, Australia, Armenia and Moldova.”

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