Azteca America has tapped former Univision exec Alberto Santini Lara as exec VP, programming.
Anna Marie de la Fuente
Long viewed as the sleeping giant of the U.S. electorate, Latino voters have become the focus of even more intense interest in this presidential campaign.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has snapped up worldwide distribution rights to Colombian dating show format, "Love's Roulette," making it the first Colombian unscripted format to secure global…
NBC U's Telemundo is bolstering its ratings-winning sports programming with premiere soccer matches from Mexican media conglom Grupo Televisa.
Spinoffs are traveling both ways on the film/TV highway in Colombia. The country's biggest local blockbuster "Sonar no cuesta nada" (A Ton of Luck) is inspiring a 26-episode series, while top-rated…
Humberto Solas, one of Cuba's brightest cinematic lights, died Sept. 17 at the age of 66 from cancer.
Colombia's National Council for Arts and Culture has selected Carlos Moreno's "Perro come perro" (Dog Eat Dog) to represent the country in this year's foreign-language Oscar race.
Los Angeles-based Maya Entertainment has snapped up U.S. rights to Ricardo de Montreuil's "Mancora," which debuted at Sundance and screened at the recent L.A. Latino Film Festival.
Simon Brand's Colombian immigration drama "Paraiso Travel" (Paradise Travel) clinched the Los Angeles Latino Film Festival's Rita award for best film as well as its aud nod.
The court faceoff between Mexican media conglom Televisa and U.S. Hispanic giant Univision Communications has been moved yet again -- this time to Jan. 6
Music takes centerstage at the weeklong 12th L.A. Latino Film Festival, which opens today with Miguel Kohan's Argentine tango docu "Cafe de los Maestros."