As television has changed over the past decade, the same goes for children’s entertainment. Just like other media sectors, new technologies and distribution methods have ushered in a boom of rich educational kids’ content. One of NCTA’s newest members, cable TV network Kids Street (whose parent company, Condista, is also an NCTA member), is leading the way in […]
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Condista Networks set out to launch a campaign to create awareness of the challenges and opportunities faced by independent minority networks in the current market environment.
Burke Berendes, partner of Condista: The Hispanic market continues to grow in two areas: The market in general and the packages in Spanish.
Jorge Fiterre, fundador y socio de Condista, repasa junto a Willie Hernández la historia de la distribuidora de canales, que cumple 20 años en el mercado y los festeja en plena expansión.
In 1998, Jorge E. Fiterre was working for the Adelphia cable system in the Miami, Florida area, but was already dreaming of having his own company to distribute TV channels via satellite to a multitude of cable operators worldwide.
Jorge Fiterre en PRODU – Condista celebra sus 20 años en la industria de TV paga
MADRID — In the run-up to Miami’s Natpe TV trade fair, Imira Entertainment, the top Spanish distributor of kids and family content and part of India’s Toonz Media Group, has unveiled a raft of deals, often inked with SVOD platforms.