Ralph Haiek

I started in the 90’s with the franchise of the Canadian music channel MuchMusic, which successfully competes in our region against MTV. In 2000, I was part of Claxson, a Miami-based company, a leader in LatinAmerica, which was sold in 2007 to Time Warner. Moment in which I dedicated myself to my academic concerns, associating in Argentina with the BAC film school and creating the career of the Faculty Communication & Culture of the Metropolitan University. In 2015, with the change of government in my country, I was distinguished with the position of President of the prestigious Film Institute, INCAA. In 2020, together with my friend and colleague Patricio Rabuffetti from Non Stop, we launched the first hybrid audiovisual fund in Latin America, Screen Capital. Currently, I am associated with Málaga Procultura in a hotbed of young talent from all over Latin America, named Hack Mafiz Málaga, where we make it easier for creators to become professional and live from their passion. I am also a consultant and manager of companies, such as VIDAA-HiSense, Grupo La Nación, MusicBrokers, and recently I was honored with an invitation to participate as board of Mas Ros Media, by Marcos Santana, a legend in our industry.