Days after Televisa CEO Emilio Azcarraga Jean seemed y to have solved two years of ownership troubles by closing a debt-for-equity swap, shareholder infighting has broken out all over again.
Low-profile Mexican TV mogul Angel Gonzalez has bought Chilean broadcaster La Red for $15 million, according to reports in Santiago.
From the music megastores of American malls to the dance halls of Europe, Latin music never has been hotter as artists like Ricky Martin, Mana and Cuba's Buena Vista Social Club cross over into…
Denver-based United Intl. Holdings, a minority partner in Chile's VTR Hipercable, has bought the remaining 60% of the cable operator for $258 million.
Thomas O. Hicks, CEO of investor group Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst, was elected president of sprawling Argentine media holding company CEI in Buenos Aires Friday.
Taking a major step toward international cultural respectability, Miami witnessed the ground-breaking ceremony for the $244 million Performing Arts Center Sunday.
Florida's biggest showbiz anomaly, that it is home to the hot spots of Miami and Orlando and yet has no film commissioner, is about to be rectified.
Leading Latino cabler HBO Latin America has pacted with satcaster Galaxy Latin America (GLA) for an exclusive Argentine carriage deal that could change the face of premium programming in the region.
The Cisneros TV Group (CTG) has taken over the reins and relaunched interactive educational channel Cl@se, which will now target schoolkids across Latin America.
Adding another asset to its Latino expansion strategy, Kushner-Locke has announced plans to launch a kids cabler based on product from Japan's Toei Animation.
Buoyed by boffo ratings, Mexican media group Televisa reported strong first-quarter results Wednesday, with cash flow up a hefty 68%.