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Telenovelas Are The New Coveted Marketing Niche. Last week Telemundo premiered the first episode of their web-based telenovela "Mia Mundo".

Telenovelas Are The New Coveted Marketing Niche

The three-minute long episode features characters driving Chevy and Chevrolet cars while using Verizon Wireless products. The requisite for product placement is quite obvious. The series will run 13 three-minute weekly episodes following the life of Mia--which stands for stands for Modern Independent Achiever, the show's leading character. Telemundo signed a deal with Chevy and Verizon Wireless to integrate their products in the telenovela. Product placement in Telemundo telenovelas is not new. "In recent years, product placement on Telemundo telenovelas has become far more prevalent,” writes R.G. But the marketing formula does something more than advertising cars and electronic gadgets.

"Much of the total TV output in the world is telenovelas," said Doug Darfield, senior vice president of multicultural measurement for the Nielsen ratings company according to Star Tribune. Loading Slideshow. Por Ella Soy Eva. Abismo de pasión. Ermita de Santa Isabel.

Abismo de pasión

Abismo de pasión (Abyss of Passion) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Angelli Nesma Medina and written by Caridad Bravo Adams for Televisa. It is a remake of Cañaveral de Pasiones, produced by Humberto Zurita and Christian Bach in 1996. Both telenovelas are based on Caridad Bravo Adams's original story, divided into two novels, and published in 1959: Una sombra entre los dos and Al pie del altar.[2][3] Angelique Boyer, David Zepeda, Livia Brito, Mark Tacher, the leading actor Alejandro Camacho and the leading actress Blanca Guerra star as the protagonists, while Sabine Moussier, Salvador Zerboni and Altair Jarabo star as the antagonists. Univision confirmed a prime-time broadcast of Abismo de pasion on March 5, 2012.[13] On March 12[14][15] Univision started broadcasting Abismo de pasión weeknights at 9pm/8c, replacing El Talismán.[16] The last episode was broadcast on November 5, with Amores verdaderos replacing it on November 7.[17][18] Reception[edit] Cast[edit]

Amorcito Corazón. Amorcito Corazón (Darling sweetheart) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa by Lucero Suarez.

Amorcito Corazón

Rehabilitation of the Venezuelan RCTV telenovela Trapos Intimos. It stars Elizabeth Álvarez, Diego Olivera, Africa Zavala, and Daniel Arenas, involving Fabiola Campomanes, Gerardo Murguia and Macaria as the main villains and stellar performances by the leading lady Mariana Karr, and Grettell Valdez. History[edit] On August 29, 2011, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Amorcito Corazón weekdays at 6:15pm, replacing Ni Contigo Ni Sin Ti.[2][3][4] The last episode was broadcast on June 10, 2012, with Cachito de Cielo replacing it the following day.[5][6][7] Plot[edit] Isabel Cordero (Elizabeth Álvarez) is an unlucky in love architect who lost the love of her life when she was 18 years old because of her controlling father, Leopoldo (Alfonso Iturralde) who also left his wife to start a relationship with Isabel's godmother.

Cast[edit] Awards[edit] TVyNovelas Awards 2012[edit] La que no podía amar. La que no podía amar (The One Who Couldn’t Love[2]) is a Mexican telenovela produced by José Alberto Castro for Televisa.

La que no podía amar

Ximena Suarez wrote the script based on the original story by Delia Fiallo. The cast was headed by Jorge Salinas, Ana Brenda Contreras, and Jose Ron, while Susana González, Julián Gil and Fabian Robles portrayed the villains. It is a remake of Delia Fiallo's original radio novela, La Mujer Que No Podia Amar. The previous television versions were Monte Calvario (Edith González and Arturo Peniche) and Te sigo amando (Claudia Ramirez and Luis José Santander). La que no podía amar won 2 awards in Premios TVyNovelas, for Best Lead Actor, and Best Supporting Actor.[3][4] History[edit] Reception[edit] Univision's January 2 premiere of La que no podía amar averaged 4.1 million viewers.[17] The August 10th finale broadcast averaged 5.8 million viewers.[18] Plot[edit] Cast[edit] Main cast Supporting cast Ana Martin as MaríaAna Bertha Espín as Rosaura Flores NavaIngrid Martz as Dr.

Corazón Apasionado. Corazón Apasionado(International Title:Passions of The Heart) is a 2011 telenovela produced by Venevisión International, starring Marlene Favela and Guy Ecker as the main protagonists with Susana Dosamantes and José Guillermo Cortines as the main antagonists.

Corazón Apasionado

Chilevisión began airing Corazón Apasionado since November 7, 2011,[1] while Venevisión has aired the telenovela since February 13, 2012.[2] From April 9 to June 14, 2012, Univision broadcast Corazón Apasionado weekday afternoons at 2pm central, replacing Ni contigo ni sin ti.[3][4] From June 18 to July 27, 2012, Univision broadcast the telenovela weekday afternoons at 1pm central, replacing El Talismán.[5] Summary[edit] Patricia Campos (Marlene Favela), her two sisters, Virginia and Mariela, and her brother, David Campos, have grown up under the iron hand of their grandmother, Ursula (Susana Dosamantes), a wealthy landowner with a stern and domineering personality.

Marcos admits that it was he who killed Alejandro. Cast[edit] Un Refugio para el Amor. Un refugio para el amor (Official translation: A Shelter For Love[2]) is a Mexican Spanish-language telenovela produced by Ignacio Sada Madero for Televisa.

Un Refugio para el Amor

It is a remake of the Venezuelan telenovela La Zulianita, written by Delia Fiallo and adapted by Nora Alemán and Georgina Tinoco. Zuria Vega and Gabriel Soto star as the main protagonists, while Jessica Coch, Humberto Elizondo, Laura Flores, and Frances Ondiviela star as the main antagonists. History[edit] Reception[edit] Plot[edit] Luciana is a beautiful and joyful young girl who, after her mother’s death, escapes from the sexual harassment of Don Aquiles, the tyrant in the town she grew up, and arrives in Mexico City. After this event, Luciana gets a job as a maid in the Torreslanda’s home, she also helps to take care of Patricio, one of their kids who suffered an accident and became quadriplegic. When Gala and Roselena, Rodrigo’s mother, find this out, they make a plan to separate them. Cast[edit] Awards[edit] Mexico broadcast[edit]

Por Ella Soy Eva. Por Ella Soy Eva (International Title: Me, Her and Eva!

Por Ella Soy Eva

, Literal Translation:For Her, I’m Eva[2]) is a Mexican soap opera produced by Rosy Ocampo for Televisa based on the Colombian soap opera En los tacones de Eva. "The Best Telenovela of the Year" (Premios TVyNovelas 2013) History[edit] On February 20, 2012, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Por Ella Soy Eva weeknights at 8:15pm, replacing Una familia con suerte.[3] The last episode was broadcast on October 7, with Porque el Amor Manda replacing it the following day.[4][5] Production of Por Ella Soy Eva officially started on November 15, 2011.[6] As part of the 2012-2013 schedule, Univision confirmed a prime time broadcast of Por Ella Soy Eva.[7][8] The first promo was broadcast on June 10, 2012.[9][10][11] Prior to the premiere, a sneak peek was shown on July 10.[12] Reception[edit] Plot[edit] Juan Carlos Caballero Mistral (Jaime Camill) is a busy man working in Grupo Imperio.

Cast[edit] Awards[edit] TVyNovelas Awards 2013[edit] El Talismán. El Talismán (The Talisman) is a telenovela co-produced by Venevision and Univision Studios, starring Blanca Soto and Rafael Novoa as the main protagonists,[2] and Aarón Díaz, Lola Ponce, and Marcela Mar as the main antagonists.[3] Univision had announced that El Talismán would air on the network as part of the 2011–2012 programming schedule,[4][5] and was confirmed to air in 2012 on November 11, 2011.[6] Though 120 episodes were planned to be produced,[7] the episode count was reduced to a total of 98 due to low ratings.

El Talismán

From January 30 to February 3, 2012, Univision aired El Talismán at 8pm central, replacing one hour of Una familia con suerte,[8] and later at 9pm central from February 6 to March 9, 2012.[9] Though El Talismán was seen by 5 million viewers during its premiere day,[10] viewership declined overtime during its prime time airings. As a result, Univision aired El Talismán at 1pm central from March 12[11][12] to June 15, 2012.[13] Cast[edit] International release[edit] How to write a tv series bible. How to Write a Character Bible. How to Study Characters in the Bible There are a lot of things believers can learn from studying the lives of characters in the Bible such as the Old...

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