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Telefonica to air docu-style reality show on Movistar+

Wednesday 14 December 2016 | 09:39 CET | News
Telefonica has signed a strategic agreement with audiovisual production company Zeppelin TV to produce original content, starting with what it describes as a unique docu-style reality show called 'El Puente' ('The Bridge'). The eight-episode series combines elements from the documentary genre and fictional storytelling and will be hosted by Spanish anchor Paula Vazquez. In a joint statement, the partner said the show will launch in 2017 as an exclusive on entertainment-based channel #0, available on the Movistar+ pay-TV platform. The #0 channel was launched around a year ago to replace

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Movistar / Telefonica
Countries: Spain
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