Jorge Granier’s Spanish language digital entertainment company GoTV has merged with Rich Hull’s Latin Anywhere and will be rebranded, Latin Everywhere.
The merger establishes Latin Everywhere as one of the leading Spanish-language digital rights holders of television and feature film content while adding new webseries and daily short-form content to its portfolio.
Granier will continue to serve as CEO while Hull will take on the newly created role of executive chairman.
Latin Everywhere will continue the digital platform partnerships its predecessor companies established with Hulu, Amazon, Google, Netflix and others and, in partnership with US television producers, will continue to exploit format and remake rights to the telenovelas and series in its catalogue.
Latin Everywhere’s vast library offers Spanish-speaking digital audiences more than 50,000 hours of telenovelas and features, including the most celebrated telenovelas from Venezuela’s RCTV.
The company’s YouTube channels offer popular Spanish-language content ranging from the webseries Isla Presidencial (pictured) to user-generated, short-form content.
GoTV’s YouTube network commands more than five million subscribers and averages more than 50million views per month.
“Latin Everywhere operates at the intersection of eyeballs and assets,” said Granier and Hull.
“US hispanics are the fastest growing demographic in America for content consumption and the depth of our library allows us to service our audience with the best in television, film and user-generated material while streamlining advertisers to this in-demand market.”