Tomas Lopez-Pumarejo

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Instructor of International Business in the Department of Economics at Brooklyn College, City University of New York, and US Coordinator of Ibero-American Television Fiction Observatory, or OBITEL, a group that studies the world's Spanish and Portuguese television fiction industries to foster growth

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TV soap operas known as telenovelas are wildly popular all over the world, but how will they play in English here in the States?

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TV soap operas known as telenovelas are wildly popular all over the world, but how will they play in English here in the States?

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