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Telefe Internacional

Telefe Internacional
Greater Buenos Aires
City of license Buenos Aires
Branding Telefe Internacional
Slogan Siempre Juntos
(Always Together)
Owner Telefónica
(through Grupo Telefe)
(Televisión Federal S.A.)
First air date 1998 (1998)
Transmitter coordinates
Website .ar.com.telefeinternacionalwww
Telefe International
Branding Telefe Internacional
Country Argentina
Availability International
Owner Telefónica
Launch date
1998
Official website
.ar.com.telefeinternacionalwww

Telefe International is the international symbol of Argentine channel Telefe. Launched in 1998, the Argentine emits programs produced for Telefe. Often delayed broadcast programs, live and repetitions. Telefe is one of the most popular channels in Argentina and Latin America, producing programs, series and novels of great success.

History

Telefe International is part of the global TV market since 1998, has since become a business platform, with a range of proposals covering the sale of programs; format sales, scripts and production services due to the lack of acceptance of diction, grammar and national non-standard accents.

As for marketing formats, the channel offers its own products and third, both fiction and non-fiction, reality shows, game shows, etc. Thus projecting local products to become international. It is also an undisputed leader in the provision of production services for its international standards and the relation to cost and quality.

Besides being the first distributor of products Argentina, provides comprehensive consulting services through business platforms, looking shapes, windows and new markets for the industry.

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