With more than 25 years of experience in the world of Advertising and Video production, Tony Miranda founded Canal Cero with one purpose, to help businesses tell their stories through video. However Canal Cero is one of many of his ventures all intertwined strategically as part of a legacy he has been building for over 35 years. In 1980 he migrated from Bogota Colombia to New York city with $85 and the American dream many of us have. Quickly he was humbled by the big apple who was very unforgiving for his poor English, despite his Bachelor's degree in Advertising and experience running his own Ad agency in his home country. Struggling to learn the language, he began selling pen watches in Time Square.
Since then, he has built multiple companies generating millions of dollars in annual revenue and employed hundreds of employees. His most recent ventures include the first Spanish language food channel in the U.S. "Cocina TV Hogar" and one of the first Spanish language film schools in the country, Miami Film & TV Academy. The 2 secret ingredients that he pours into every one of his ventures and customer projects are passion and enthusiasm, something you just can't teach. When working with Canal Cero, this is what you get, decades of experience, passion, enthusiasm, and dedication to help your business meet its objectives.