Eva Mendes, Josh Hartnett and Ben Kingsley will topline helmer Jonathan Jakubowicz's "Queen of the South" (La reina del sur), an adaptation of the bestseller by Spanish author-journo Arturo Perez…
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A long-simmering feud between media giants Televisa of Mexico and top U.S. Spanish-language web Univision may just fizzle out, judging from the 11th-hour postponement of their April 29 court date.
Nickelodeon Latin America is launching youth magazine show "Nickers" in Argentina and Mexico.
Hispanic media titans Univision and Televisa, due to face-off in a U.S. District Court in Los Angeles today over a long-standing programming feud, have postponed the hearing to July 1.
The Mouse House's newly unveiled plan to produce local versions of "Grey's Anatomy" and "Brothers & Sisters" in Colombia marks a second incursion into remaking original ABC Studios productions in…
Few pics surface from El Salvador, Central America's smallest country. And it takes a head of state to swing the spotlight away from the country's unfavorable image.
The bidding hasn't even started, but a cavalcade of networks has traipsed to Colombia hoping to break the country's TV duopoly by setting up another commercial channel, a move that's now possible…
Venezuela is kicking an extra $9 million into the budget for biopic "Toussaint," the co-production between Danny Glover's Louverture Films and Venezuela's film studio Villa del Cine.
MTV Networks Latin America is launching preschooler-targeted channel Nick Jr. in the region. The likes of "Dora the Explorer," "Go Diego," and "Go! The Wonder Pets!" will be on 24 hours a daystarting…
Caracol TV, one of Colombia's two private free-to-air broadcasters, has set up a film division and tapped exec producer Diana Bustamante to head it.