Caracol Televisión

Caracol Televisión is a Colombian company that creates and broadcasts a variety of content across different platforms for local, international, and third-party channels. With the highest audience in Colombia, it is also one of the largest distributors of Spanish content globally. In fact, in 2022, the company achieved audience leadership for 11 consecutive years.

Established in 1969, Caracol Televisión currently employs 1,826 people who are dedicated to producing high-quality content for Colombian families.

The company is known for its innovative and successful programs in Colombian television and has expanded its reach worldwide through its international distribution division and signal.

For instance, “La Reina del Flow” held the top spot for 11 consecutive weeks as the #1 non-English speaking series on Netflix.

Similarly, “El Rey, Vicente Fernández” was the #1 non-English speaking series in 2021 across several countries such as Mexico, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Venezuela, and among the top 10 in countries like the USA, Spain, Colombia, Argentina, and Costa Rica. Within the first five weeks of its worldwide release on Netflix, the series garnered over 100 million hours of views.

In 2012, Caracol Televisión expanded its media unit by including Blu Radio, and launched La Kalle, a musical platform that is available on radio, digital platforms, and Digital Terrestrial Television (TTD) in 2016. Recently, in 2022, the company introduced Bum Box, a podcast universe that includes products from Caracol Televisión, Blu Radio, and El Espectador. It offers over 100 products in various categories that are relevant to the audience.

Caracol Televisión financial information

Figures expressed in millions of dollars (USD).
Valorem managerial calculations.

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*Proforma EBITDA taking operating income and expenses.

It should be noted that only the EBITDA indicator was homologated, so that other items such as net profit and assets are not strictly comparable due to the application in 2019 of the IFRS 16 standard.