As a mid-sized economy with a sparse tradition of film and television production,
Peru offers an interesting case to study media convergence, from an industrial as
well as a digital perspective. Tracking the developments requires establishing a
model for convergence that is appropriate for the specifics of a country like Peru,
together with data collection considering a diverse and dispersed set of production
houses working mostly for local distribution and consumption. This paper will
analyze the patterns emerging and relate them to the discussion on convergence and
developing media industries.