New York, NY (Top40 Charts / Global Media Federation)
The company Global Media Federation (GMF) presented its new radio, television and digital platform in Miami during the annual conference of the National
Association of Television Program Executives (NAPTE); it seeks to be a reference for Latin music and entertainment, launching emerging artists into the Hispanic market in the United States, Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia.
The president of GMF, Raul Acosta (known as the "President of Merengue" and founder of world renowned group Oro Solido) announced at NAPTE, the joint music and entertainment platform that combines radio, television and digital programs, which will promote artists as an instrument to link consumers with major sponsors interested in the Latin and American market.
"Our focus is multidisciplinary and multimedia, combining live activities with the promotion of new artists on the radio, television, and our digital platforms, while offering original entertainment content for distribution on radio and television in the Hispanic, Latin and American markets," explained Raul Acosta.
During his presentation at NAPTE, Acosta announced that his media in Spanish and English, Festiva TV and Festiva Radio, began distribution this February on 21 channels of the multi-platform YipTV, which is a new initiative of the former president of Vonage, Michael Tribolet. Bothcompanies/broadcasters are located in the state of Florida.
Acosta also explained that they have closed on agreements with the company DTV América to distribute musical content in markets with a large Hispanic presence, such as Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Atlanta, and West Palm Beach. Today, Festiva TV is on the air on channel 18.3 in Miami, and globally through mobile applications.
Before television executives from 72 countries that participated in NAPTE, Acosta said that his platforms stand out because of their non-traditional focus on combining live music, streaming concerts, and social networks, introducing emerging artists at the local and international levels, just as it does with famous artists.
The radio, television and digital channels all combine current news with music genres such as Tropical, Mexicana, Ballads, Urban and Hip Hop, among others. GMF is associated with hundreds of promoters and independent media worldwide.
Acosta said that in 2017 they will be organizing weekly and quarterly concerts in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Houston
and Chicago, as well as in Mexico, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
About Global Media Federation:
Global Media Federation (GMF) is a multi-faceted media communication company that develops and launches compelling brands to audiences using television platforms, streaming and mobile devices through exclusive portals for digital radio, news and entertainment. GMF has a heavy emphasis on music, events and entertainment. GMF also has business units that provide platforms for independent artists, providing marketing services, promotions and audience participation, as well as initiatives for launching new products into the market. info@globalmediafederation.CO 1-800-409-0671
YipTV, Inc. is a private company with its offices in West Palm Beach, Florida, and New Brunswick, Jersey, which offers live television channels at low cost, including content from national and international networks. Created in 2012, YipTV is an "Over the Top" (OTT, transmission of video and audio signals through the Internet) mobile cable provider that distributes more than 100 channels and programs in different languages, allowing subscribers to see YipTV on televisions, tablets, computers, smart phones, and other devices using the Internet. YipTV sends video content through public networks to broadband users, avoiding legacy and header technology systems, passing on the savings directly to consumers. For more information, go to https://www.yiptv.com/