ViendoMovies is celebrating 15 years of success in the film production industry. The company has contributed to numerous contemporary cinema Spanish titles in the United States and Puerto Rico. "This date is very important,” Luis Villanueva, President and CEO of SOMOS Group and SOMOSTV, said. “It represents the entry into maturity and is the reward of a whole team dedicated to producing and distributing the best Spanish-speaking film channel.”
The film channel, deriving from SomosTV, led by Luis Villanueva, produces spanish-language commercial breaks and other production titles distributed by High Definition 24 hours a day without commercial breaks. The company, launched in 2006, premieres from all Ibero-American countries in all genres, including romance, action, suspense, horror, comedy, among others. Through its acquisition staff in Mexico, Spain, and the United States, the channel licenses the most recent productions from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, other countries, and Puerto Rico.
The content and programming strategies serves as a new addition to the company's TV programming. ViendoMovies remains the satellite, and telecommunications companies, and the emerging market of virtual distributors via "streaming." ViendoMovies is an essential window for the new Spanish-speaking cinema, which until the channel’s launch had limited distribution. The channel offers a strong Free "On Demand" film offering for subscribers. The channel includes close captions in English and Spanish and a dynamic online and social media presence.
ViendoMovies fills us with pride and we maintain its reputation as the best representative of good contemporary Ibero-American cinema. We hope to have many more years introducing Latinos and independent film lovers to the highest quality films and talent of the Spanish-speaking industry. We thank our audience and our customers on this anniversary." To celebrate this month, ViendoMovies premieres successful productions such as “Yuli” from Cuba, “¿Qué Te Juegas?” from Spain, “Perseguida” from Colombia, “Angels inc” from Mexico, “No Me Digas Solterona” from Peru, and “Blindado” from Venezuela, among other films.
This date is very important. It represents the entry into maturity and is the reward of a whole team dedicated to producing and distributing the best Spanish-speaking film channel.” Luis Villanueva President and CEO of SOMOS Group, SOMOSTV