Telemundo's DONDE ESTA ELISA Receives Rose d'Or Award Nomination


Telemundo, a leading producer of high-quality content for Hispanics in the U.S. and audiences around the world, today announced that its popular novela "Donde Esta Elisa" has been nominated for the renowned competition Rose D'Or Award. In a field of 110 international nominees, "Donde Esta Elisa" is one of only three nominees from the U.S., joining NBC's "Parenthood" and WNET's "Dance in America."

Missing, the adaptation of "Donde Esta Elisa" for the U.S. Hispanic market, has been nominated in the category "Best Soap & Telenovela" at the 2010 Rose d'Or Awards, competing with Be Kind to Me, Date Blind, Forbidden Love, My Too Perfect Sons, and Rational Silence. The 50th Rose d'Or Festival will take place in autumn, from September 18-22, 2010 in Lucerne, Switzerland.

The telenovela tells the story of the disappearance of a teenager which changes the life of a family forever. Elisa Altamira, daughter of Mariano Altamira and Danna Riggs, was last seen on her father's birthday, when the whole family gathered to celebrate at their Malibu beach house. That night Elisa went with her cousins to a nightclub and she didn't return home.

At first the police was skeptical about the disappearance, but after investigating further they concluded that there had been foul play. As the investigation advanced, the police started suspecting everybody, even her family...

Missing and "Donde Esta Elisa" are part of the production catalog of Telemundo Internacional.

About Telemundo:

Telemundo Communications Group ("Telemundo"), a division of NBC Universal, is a world-class media company, leading the industry in the production and distribution of high-quality Spanish-language content across its multiplatform portfolio to U.S. Hispanics and audiences around the world. Telemundo's multiple platforms include Telemundo, a Spanish-language television network featuring original productions, theatrical motion pictures, news and first-class sports events reaching 93% of U.S. Hispanic viewers in 210 markets through its 15 owned-and-operated stations, 45 broadcast affiliates, and 800 cable affiliates; mun2, the preeminent voice for bicultural Hispanics in the U.S. reaching over 34.1 million U.S. TV households nationwide on digital and analog cable, and satellite television; Telemundo Digital Media, which leverages Telemundo's original content for distribution across digital and emerging platforms including mobile devices and and; and Telemundo International, the company's international distribution arm which has positioned Telemundo as the second largest provider of Spanish-language content worldwide by syndicating content to more than 100 countries in over 35 languages.