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We recognize and make visible the independent talents inside and outside Colombia

METRO TELEVISION: AUDIOVISUAL CONTENT DISTRIBUTION

METRO TELEVISION is a Colombian company specialized in distribution, acquisition and sales of audiovisual contents produced worldwide. Our catalog embrace Films, Series, Documentaries , Novelas , Game Shows, Formats and Animations.
We open our doors of experience  to high-quality content , specially independent productions, recognizing local talents and cultures, so that their voices can be global, including them both in our catalog and in the specialized sales management, where we are flexible to our clients needs searching for them specific titles, so they can be exhibited in the different windows of television and new media.
Enjoy Films, Documentaries, Concerts and Cinema Classics.

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PRESS AND NEWS

Dalia De Las Hadas in La 5 Italy

For Metro Television it's very pleasant to announce the recent news that Dalia de las Hadas start at LA 5 (Italy) on June 11 of this present year. Working together with the creator of this incredible serie Ana Mirabile and Metro Television take Dalia to Italy, aired...

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¡The Numbered Hours in HBO USA!

For our followers in the USA this great movie will be performing on HBO USA from today Friday July 28th at 7:00 pm on channels and HBO platforms. From the director Guido Jácome and the actors Felipe Calero, Miguel Angel Bustos, Silvio Angel and Jennifer Steffens, The...

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MODO SELFIE IN AMÉRICA TV

For Metro Television is of great joy to tell the world that Modo Selfie comes to América TV in Argentina. This original serie at the expense of Agustín Neglia, who crosses the world with a format of reality to surprise the spectator with anecdotes, news and...

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METRO TV Colombia Headquarters

METRO TELEVISIÓN

Calle 121 No 6-46 Ofc 245

Bogotá – Colombia