The new studio will be led by Stan Jakubowicz, who was recently promoted to Chief Content Officer and will be based in New York
Combate Americas announced the opening of La Jaula Studios to produce multi-platform content for Hispanic Millennials and Generation Z
21 de agosto de 2018
Jacqueline Hernández, Combate Americas president, announced the opening of La Jaula Studios, a new multi-platform content production studio created to serve the most digitally native, multiracial and multicultural generations that have ever existed—Hispanic Millennials and Generation Z.
The new studio will be led by Stan Jakubowicz, who was recently promoted to Chief Content Officer and will be based in New York.
“Our mission with La Jaula Studios is to tell the bold, untold and unfiltered stories of the real-life heroism behind Combate’s fighters and their communities. Stan’s proven creative expertise and uncontainable passion for this sport make him a perfect fit to lead La Jaula,” said Hernández.
Jakubowicz is a creative executive with nearly 20 years of experience producing multi-platform content for television, digital and film. As a TV executive producer, Jakubowicz has produced for the world’s leading media companies such as Disney, Comcast, Sony, Univision, NBCUniversal, and FremantleMedia.
La Jaula Studios will produce authentic content in Spanish, English, and Portuguese that complements Combate Americas’ programming. Production will take place around the globe, including Latin America, Brazil, Spain, Portugal and the U.S.
La Jaula Studios will offer a variety of programming, including lifestyle-documentaries to scripted series, feature films, short-form digital, social and mobile content - and customized, sponsor-branded interstitials that will air during Combate Americas’ live Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) television and digital events.
Among the upcoming projects are Rootas (wt), a docu-series chronicling the lives of six Combate Americas fighters on their journey, told first-hand through their eyes, and The Real Deal, a major motion picture and docu-series chronicling the life and career of Amanda “The Real Deal” Serrano, the only female fighter and only Puerto Rican fighter in history to win five world boxing championships in five different weight divisions.