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- 1 Golden Factory Studios (first era)
- 2 RKO Television Stations Latin America and Hispanic Productions
- 3 RKO Television Stations Productions International
- 4 Skycat Latino
- 5 Crystal Television Bogota
- 6 Golden Factory Studios (second era)
Golden Factory Studios (first era)
Golden Factory Studios was a Latino telefilm, scripted television and telenovela production sub-division of RKO Television Stations Productions, located in San Diego, USA, Mexico City, Mexico and Bogota, Colombia. The production company was merged into RKO Television Stations Productions International in 2008.
RKO Television Stations Latin America and Hispanic Productions
RKO Television Stations Latin America and Hispanic Productions, a sub-division of RKO Television Stations Productions, developed, adapted, produced and coproduced scripted and non-scripted, Spanish and Portuguese language programming for cable and broadcast clients in the Latin American and U.S. Hispanic markets. With three offices (Mexico City, Bogota, Miami) serving the region, it offered a variety of flexible content and business models to its clients. From the Miami office, it developed, adapted, produced and coproduced scripted Spanish language programming for and with free TV networks and for pan-regional cable channels. The production company was merged into RKO Television Stations Productions International in 2008.
The Mexico City and Bogota offices were merged in 2008, when they were bought out by the Skycat group.
Crystal Television Bogota
In 2015, the Mexico City spun off as Crystal Television Mexico, so instead of being a successor to Golden Factory/RKO Latin American and Hispanic Productions, it's a co-successor to Skycat Latino.
Golden Factory Studios (second era)
Golden Factory Studios name was revived two months after GBC Holdings bought out Crystal Television Bogota. It is still located in Bogota, Colombia, but is now a subsidiary of GBC Entertainment Europe. In January 20, 2019, Golden Factory Studios was sold and merged into Sony Pictures Television's Latin America and U.S. Hispanic Productions unit. It used to be 100% owned by Qualis.
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