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Globo at NATPE 2013

January 31st, 2013 · 1 Comment

Raphael Correa Netto, head of international sales at Globo TV; Tony Fantozzi, consultant; Ricardo Scalamandré, head of international business at TV Globo; Dick Robertson, consultant; and Guilherme Bokel, head of international production at TV Globo

Raphael Correa Netto, head of international sales at Globo TV; Tony Fantozzi, consultant; Ricardo Scalamandré, head of international business at TV Globo; Dick Robertson, consultant; and Guilherme Bokel, head of international production at TV Globo

The return of “Brazil Avenue” By Valerie Milano Miami, FL (Hollywood Today) 1/31/13 Globo, Brazil’s leading television drama network, announced their 2013 catalog at NATPE Market and Conference in Miami at a lavish breakfast panel.  Even though it was all in Spanish, my local resident translator helped me with this piece – Marilyn Santiago. Raphael Corrêa Netto, Globo’s executive director of International Business told Hollywood Today, “The trust of our viewers and partners was achieved through hard work, professionalism, investment in quality and creativity”. In 2012 we launched strong products that have captivated audiences around the world such as ‘The Illusionist’ and ‘The Invisible Woman,’ which won the International Emmy Award for Best Telenovela and Best Comedy, in addition to the GloboDoc ‘Extreme Planet,’ which was also nominated” said Correa Netto., with the promise that 2013 will be a thrill for the whole family. This year continues with the return of “Brazil Avenue” the telenovela that earned an 84% share during the final episode. “Sparkling Girls” starring Taís Araújo, a remake of “Gabriela with Julian Paes and “The Life We Lead” as well as the new release of three new series, a musical and five GloboDocs.

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