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Label News (more headlines) 01-13-2013

Yahoo! En Espaņol And Sony Music Latin Partner To Bring Branded Entertainment Series To Fans

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Yahoo! en Espaņol and Sony Music Latin announced today a strategic partnership to develop and distribute a series of branded entertainment programs, which will premiere in early 2013. The partnership will bring jointly-produced, exclusive videos and digital music programming to the U.S. Hispanic audience -- the fastest-growing demographic in the nation.

"The ever changing landscape of the entertainment industry is bringing innovative opportunities to the table like this ground-breaking partnership with Yahoo! en Espaņol, another premiere player in the entertainment space"
The portfolio of programs developed by Yahoo! en Espaņol and Sony Music Latin will include beauty, cooking, lifestyle, dance and music, and will be aired exclusively on the OMG! en Espaņol and Mujer channels across Yahoo! en Espaņol. As the premiere entertainment company in Latin America and the United States, Sony Music Latin brings to the table a star-studded roster of talent to the partnership, including Shakira, Ricky Martin, Chayanne, Marc Anthony, Pitbull, Julieta Venegas, Cristian Castro, Franco de Vita, Ricardo Montaner, Victor Manuelle, and other top figures in Latin music entertainment.

"At Yahoo!, we help connect users with the information and experiences that they love, and for our Latino users, music and celebrities are a core part of their daily lives," said Javier Garcia, general manager of Yahoo! U.S. Hispanic business. "We are thrilled to partner with Sony Music Latin to continue bringing premium, customized Hispanic content to the millions of Latinos who come to our site daily."

"The ever changing landscape of the entertainment industry is bringing innovative opportunities to the table like this ground-breaking partnership with Yahoo! en Espaņol, another premiere player in the entertainment space," said Ruben Leyva, Senior Vice President of Business Development for Sony Music Entertainment Latin Iberia. "We are very excited about the unlimited potential of combining our talent roster with Yahoo!'s international platform."

Yahoo! en Espaņol has consolidated itself as one of the leaders in digital branded entertainment. This is the latest addition to the number of original digital series produced by Yahoo! for Yahoo! en Espaņol, which in 2012 launched more than 30 original programs. Yahoo! provides advertisers with unparalleled opportunity to create unique and compelling campaigns that engage a targeted, multi-cultural audience at scale.


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