At 42, Peruvian-born Fernando Soriano is still pretty young to be receiving an achievement award.
Anna Marie de la Fuente
In a span of eight weeks, Mexican conglom Televisa has made a bold grab for U.S. media power.
Colombia's Cartagena Intl. Film Festival (FICCI), Latin America's oldest film fest, has tapped vet fest exec Monika Wagenberg as its new director.
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CNN en Espanol is revamping its programming in a bid to capture the burgeoning U.S. Hispanic market and customize shows for its three feeds, Mexico, Latin America and the U.S..
After years of legal disputes over content deals, Mexican TV giant Televisa and U.S. Spanish-lingo web Univision have kissed and made up.
Puerto Rico is sending Rafi Mercado's directorial debut "Miente" (Lie) to vie for a nomination in Oscar's foreign language category.
It's the end of an era for Spanish-language television.
Uruguay has opted to send Federico Veiroj's romantic comedy "La vida util" (A Useful Life) to represent the country at the Foreign Oscars race.
Hilda Hidalgo's directorial debut "Del amor y otros demonios" (Of Love and Other Demons) is Costa Rica's contender for a foreign Oscar film nomination.
You know you've become a bona-fide celebrity when tabloids start tracking your every move and style magazines dissect each item you're wearing.