New network for dating argentina
If you are the girl at that moment, things can get serious fast with seemingly out-of-nowhere attempts to lock things down urgently, like discussing moving in together a month after meeting.
"By combining Telefe with Viacom’s popular pay TV networks, which include MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and Paramount Channel, this deal further strengthens Viacom International Media Networks’ position in Argentina and Latin America," Viacom said.In speaking with foreign-born male friends, the ambiguity of “no” comes up as the most oft-repeated frustration, as most have spent their lives understanding, rightly so, that “no” means to retreat.Just because you’re dating someone, don’t necessarily expect to be welcomed with open arms into your partner’s friend group or seamlessly merge one happy co-gender friend group that frolics around country properties together every summer weekends.But no matter how chummy you get with the other’s friends, if and when things get messy the battle lines are clear. It often happens that a couple will be dating (usually one party at least understands it to be exclusive) for months, perhaps even passing the year milestone, without the title of being “girlfriend”) as well as “fiance.” Similarly, couples here can clock in some seriously lengthy relationships without really considering much at all the prospect of engagement or marriage.In The Hunt I touched on how nothing here is rushed, from an afternoon line, and the same goes for relationships.Everyone loves to talk about Argentina’s allegedly rampant Peter Pan Syndrome, and how the timetables work, most (males at least) are not entertaining the thought of settling down much at all in the 20s.
In the first half of the 30s, though, something switches.
Dude dates are sacred and strictly guys-only, and the same goes for ladies’ night.
It is possible to bridge groups and form a tour-de- with the other’s group gets you in good.
"Telefe is an outstanding broadcast and production business, and this acquisition will accelerate our growth strategy in Argentina, one of the most advanced and valuable media markets in Latin America," said Bob Bakish on his first day as acting president and CEO of Viacom.
Wall Street has mostly focused on another deal, namely a possible recombination of Viacom and CBS Corp., which the companies have been exploring.
"We see the acquisition strengthening Viacom's current linear offering in Argentina, the third-largest consumer market in Latin America, from a low-single digit market share to more than 30 percent.