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Del mismo modo, Birgit Strbel, vicepresidenta de marketing y estrategia de negocio Friend Scout24, una plataforma 'on line' de pago que opera desde el 2005 en Espaa con ms de 1,5 millones de usuarios al mes, comenta que el deseo de encontrar una pareja estable aumenta "considerablemente" en estos tiempos por lo que el registro y la demanda del portal es mucho mayor."Es ahora cuando las personas prefieren tener alguien a su lado", asegura la experta.Internacional Television Production, ha sabido hacer un hueco notable e importante en la producción española.La productora nació de su confianza con la Sexta y Cuatro, con formatos que mezclaban el humor con la realidad como se convirtió en todo un fenómeno en las redes sociales, algo que ha sabido hacer muy bien la productora, y alcanzó un 10% de media.El deseo de encontrar una pareja no entiende de crisis.

Lugo, a provincial capital often blurred by a melancholy drizzle, seemed like a nice, quiet placement for a 37-year-old magistrate fresh out of another courthouse in Mieres where she had dealt with drug traffickers and even an accessory to the Madrid train bombings of March 11, 2004.

In total, her fact-finding work has led to over 100 indictments for people trafficking, sexual abuse, drug trafficking, money laundering, embezzlement, bribes and other crimes.

Some of the high-ranking officials facing charges include the mayors of Lugo, Santiago de Compostela and Ourense, and the Ourense chief of police.

What she uncovered was a widespread web of corruption extending out from the brothels of Galicia and affecting law enforcement and elected officials.

De Lara found that police chiefs were deliberately ignoring abuse by the owner of a sex club called Queen's (this was the basis for the Carioca case).

Lugo, a provincial capital often blurred by a melancholy drizzle, seemed like a nice, quiet placement for a 37-year-old magistrate fresh out of another courthouse in Mieres where she had dealt with drug traffickers and even an accessory to the Madrid train bombings of March 11, 2004.

In total, her fact-finding work has led to over 100 indictments for people trafficking, sexual abuse, drug trafficking, money laundering, embezzlement, bribes and other crimes.

Some of the high-ranking officials facing charges include the mayors of Lugo, Santiago de Compostela and Ourense, and the Ourense chief of police.

What she uncovered was a widespread web of corruption extending out from the brothels of Galicia and affecting law enforcement and elected officials.

De Lara found that police chiefs were deliberately ignoring abuse by the owner of a sex club called Queen's (this was the basis for the Carioca case).

Ahora es Atresmedia la que busca este tipo de producción después de haber trabajado con esta productora para otro tipo de formatos.