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17 January 2020

Premiere of “Perdida” in prime time on Antena 3

Daniel Grao stars in this tale next to Adriana Paz, Ana María Orozco, Carolina Lapausa, Fernando Solorzano, Melani Olivares and Veronica Velasquez

The new Atresmedia Televisión original series launches in prime time on Antena 3 on Tuesdays at 22.45 h. The emotional thriller narrating a father’s journey where he goes to unspeakable lengths to discover what happened to his daughter features action in both Spain and Colombia.

“Perdida” is produced by Atresmedia Televisión in association with Big Bang Media (THE MEDIAPRO STUDIO). Filming of the series got underway last April in Valencia and was entirely in natural interior and exteriors on more than 120 different locations. Valencia was of course another key location in the story.

The latest drama from the Series Atresmedia label is now available from ATRESplayer PREMIUM, the Pay-TV platform from the Atresmedia group.

“Perdida” was created by Natxo López, based on an original story from Ruth García and David Oliva. Sonia Martínez and Alberto Carullo are executive producers on “Perdida”, while Juanma Manzanares and Natxo López appear as executive co-producers.

The series directed by Inaki Penafiel, David Ulloa and Rafa Montesinos, is from screenwriting crew including Natxo López, Almudena Ocana, Aurora Gracia, Carlos de Pando and Mikel Baron.

Daniel Grao plays the lead together with Adriana Paz, Ana Maria Orozco, Carolina Lapausa, Fernando Solorzano, Melani Olivares and Veronica Velasquez, who lead the cast of over one hundred actors from Spain, Colombia, Mexico and Cuba including Jon Arias, Luis Miguel Hurtado, Juan Carlos Messier, Pedro Suarez, Maria del Rosario Barreto, David Trejos and Mario Bolanos, among others.

This Spanish show with an international impact consists of eleven 50-minute episodes.

MEDIAPRO acquires the exclusive rights to the Concacaf Gold Cup in Canada for 2021 and 2023

The Concacaf rights package include up to 300 matches across 13 tournaments which will be shown on OneSoccer, the 24/7 channel specializing in Canadian football

MEDIAPRO has picked up the exclusive TV rights to all the national football team matches organized by Concacaf, the continental confederation which brings together 41 national teams in North and Central America as well as the Caribbean from 2020 to 2023. 

The package Concacaf national team competitions includes the prestigious men’s football Concacaf Gold Cup, in 2021 and 2023, and its female equivalent, the Concacaf Women’s Tournament in 2022.

MEDIAPRO’s 24/7 football channel, OneSoccer, will exclusively broadcast a total of 13 tournaments and up to 300 matches over the four years, starting with live coverage of the women’s qualifying tournament for the 2020 Olympic Games, in Texas and California at the end of January. The two best teams will earn their berth for Tokyo 2020 as the two Concacaf representatives.

The highlight of 2021 will undoubtedly be the Concacaf Gold Cup with the Canadian men’s team being one of the 12 national teams which have qualified directly for the tournament thanks to their second spot in Group A of Concacaf 2019-20 League of Nations. OneSoccer will be offering exclusive live coverage of all the matches in the tournament which is slated for July 2021.

The Concacaf matches join the OneSoccer, the MEDIAPRO 24/7 channel program line-up alongside the Canadian Premier League, the Canadian Championship as well as all the Men’s and Women’s Canadian national teams’ games. OneSoccer also broadcasts matches from the Mexican League every week as well as the Iberdrola First Division. Further progamming information is available on onesoccer.ca

LVP presents the new Superliga Orange League of Legends

The official Riot Games competition, organized by LVP (MEDIAPRO Group), presents a new brand image and sets itself fresh challenges for 2020

The Superliga Orange de League of Legends, the official Spanish Riot Games game organized by LVP (MEDIAPRO Group), has recently presented its new brand image for the upcoming season.

The change is part of an LVP strategy which will see each professional league have its own identity with the League of Legends keeping its Superliga Orange name, as it has over the last three years.

“The new image is essentially, a fresh challenge for us which will force us to work harder than ever”, outlined Jordi Soler, the LVP CEO. “We’re taking another step forward which can only be understood in the context of the consolidation of our audiences and the increase in following which made 2019 the best year ever; the support of Riot Games, our partner in this adventure as well as the backing of our sponsors and in particular Orange, is what makes it possible for the whole League of Legends team at LVP to have at our disposal the tools we need to reach our goals and build an excellent product for the fans”, Soler concluded.

2019 was the start of a new era for Superliga Orange League of Legends. The introduction of JoinCam, the technology which connected the team stadia to the LVP broadcasts was a big leap forward and will continue to be used in 2020, as well as the arrival of several clubs from LEC (G2 Esports, Origen and Splyce), who decided to come over to the Superliga Orange with their best national teams.

With its new brand image, 2020 will see Superliga Orange continue to grow not just as a competition but also as a brand and broadcast model. To that end the new graphics package and image are important steps but they aren’t the only new elements for the upcoming season.

All the details of the new Superliga Orange 2020 season will be presented on Monday January 20th in a special program which can be followed via LVP’s main channel on Twitch and which will be the kick-off for the best League of Legends year ever.

A record 2019

Superliga Orange League of Legends beat all its previous audience records in 2019. The spring season saw it close out matches with an average of 150,000 spectators per program with the summer season, topping more than 170,000 viewers per program twice as many as the 2018 edition.

Mediapro Argentina, responsible for the international broadcast feed for the upcoming seasons of the Copa Conmebol Libertadores and the Copa Sudamericana

Its HUB has been receiving, producing and distributing the competition signals for the South American Football Confederation since 2019

Mediapro Argentina will be in charge of the production and distribution of the broadcast signal for the Copa Conmebol Libertadores from January 21st and from February 4th for the Copa Sudamericana kicking off its second year of partnership with Conmebol which will has seen it providing services since 2019.

The MEDIAPRO Group was selected by Conmebol for the creation of a HUB for production and distribution of the international feed for their three main competitions: Conmebol Libertadores, Conmebol Sudamericana and Conmebol Recopa.

MEDIAPRO set up an exclusive production HUB for the project, located in Buenos Aires. The center is equipped with the latest broadcast technology and can receive and send signals from stadia around the continent. It receives images from the 262 matches from the three competitions played in 10 different countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela). Graphics are added as well as commentary in three languages (Spanish, Portuguese and English) in addition to the creation of complementary content: highlights, social media content, promotional videos… Each feed lasts for three and a half hours in Spanish and Portuguese and two and a half hours in English with more than 1000 production hours already under their belts since the launch.

Super3 airing the 2nd season of “Wowzzy Baboom!”

The magic show produced by THE MEDIAPRO STUDIO premiered with a 23.4% share in the 4 to 12-year-old viewer target niche

Last Sunday saw Super3 launch “Wowzzy Baboom!” with a 23.4% share in the 4-to-12-year-old target niche. A show which features some fiction as well as how to do magic trick sections.

Wowzzy (Sergi Armentano) is a magician who has to learn how to do magic tricks and in his journey to mastery he makes mistakes with spectacular consequences and lots of fun and laughs along the way. His accompanied by his friend Marc (Hug Casals), an aspiring magician who’s a bit of a disaster and “the Sister” (with Clara Schwarze’s voice), Wowzzy’s sister and who he makes disappear and turn into a tin can.

The show has got different sections such as “El truc del truc” where, in each episode, viewers get to see how a magic trick works. “Visionarium” sets out to surprise viewers with an image or an object which isn’t what it seems or looks simply impossible. “Fit Dit” shows all sorts of games which can be done with your hands: moving a coin through your fingers, escape tricks with knots, Chinese shadows, musical rhythms with glass cups, balloon modelling, how to make shapes with rope… Each week the program ends with a big magic show with the magician performing a spectacular trick.

Wowzzy, in addition to presenting the show, is also a fiction character. Between sections, and in each episode there’s a developing plot-line which features magic tricks and comedy.

“Wowzzy Baboom!”: Sundays at 9.00 on Super3.

Carmen González, new director of Big Bang Media

The production company of the series “Perdida” and “Caronte” is a member of THE MEDIAPRO STUDIO

Carmen González appointed CEO of Big Bang Media, one of the companies in THE MEDIAPRO STUDIO brand. The producer, set up in 2009, specializes in adapting international formats as well as developing in-house content. Currently, Big Bang produces two ambitious projects; the series “Perdida” for Atresmedia, an emotionally charged thriller shot on location between Valencia and Colombia; and “Caronte” for Mediaset, a police, courtroom, procedural drama.

González, who was responsible for General Content Management at Telemadrid, returns to the MEDIAPRO Group where she was appointed Director of the R&D and Projects Department at Globomedia in 2000, a company now belonging to THE MEDIAPRO STUDIO. Beginning her career in 1993 as a screenwriter and programming director, Carmen holds a degree in Journalism from the Information Sciences Faculty at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and was awarded a Talent Award by the Spanish Television Academy.

Alberto Carullo, former director and founder of Big Bang Media, will continue to be associated with THE MEDIAPRO STUDIO and passes the baton to Carmen González as the company faces into this new stage with fresh challengers after a decade of milestones for the production company, including many highlights, among which are “Perdida” (Atresmedia), “Caronte” (Mediaset), “Casados a primera vista” (Antena 3), “Me cambio de familia” (Telecinco, Cuatro), “Espíritu Salvaje” (Cuatro) and “7 días sin ellas” (TVE).

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