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  • I did not include the ratings as the pro opposition case woudl be even more striking as RCTV holds between 35 and 50% of ratings according to the "novela" on the air, I tried to consider potential market

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  • Best Non-Fiction Book: Del folletín al bolsilibro: 50 años de la novela popular española (1900-1950), (From newspaper serial to paperback: 50 years of Spanish popular novels (1900-1950)), Fdo.

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  • Best Non-Fiction Book: Del folletín al bolsilibro: 50 años de la novela popular española (1900-1950), (From newspaper serial to paperback: 50 years of Spanish popular novels (1900-1950)), Fdo.

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  • Last Wednesday, Univision's broadcast of the Televisa novela "Soy Tu Due ñ a" (which translates roughly to "I'm Your Owner") was one of the most-watched shows on any broadcast network, beating NBC's "Law & Order: SVU" among viewers between 18 and 49 years old, according to figures from audience-measurement firm Nielsen Co.

    TV's Hottest Couple: Univision And Televisa Strengthen Ties

  • Even Xavras Wyżryn - a novela about fight for Poland's independence (yes, how classical for cloistered polish literature ...) is really about terrorism, ergo it's universal ...

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  • You have worked for many years in the corporate world, and this is your first novela very impressive debut.

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  • "Sin Senos" is a "narco-novela," tapping into the ever-growing prominence of drug traffickers in parts of Latin America.

    The Telenovela Goes Narco

  • "That novela [" Sin Senos "] opened the door to say this can be about new actors, fresh faces, different approaches to a love story," says Flavio Morales, head of programming and production at Mun2.

    The Telenovela Goes Narco

  • "Sin Senos" is a "narco-novela," tapping into the ever-growing prominence of drug traffickers in parts of Latin America.

    The Telenovela Goes Narco

  • "That novela [" Sin Senos "] opened the door to say this can be about new actors, fresh faces, different approaches to a love story," says Flavio Morales, head of programming and production at Mun2.

    The Telenovela Goes Narco

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