RCTV, the 53 year old Venezuelan terrestrial network that was yanked off the airwaves in May for its anti-government stance, is again defying the populist regime of President Hugo Chavez by producing…
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Struggling U.S. Hispanic web Azteca America and an anonymous U.S. partner are bidding for independent station KWHY-TV, the second Los Angeles channel of NBC-U Spanish-language web Telemundo.
Disney-ABC Intl. Television Latin America has picked up distribution rights to Jennifer Lopez's semi-autobiographical "Como ama una mujer" (How a Woman Loves), slated to debut on Univision in the…
In a bid to tap the burgeoning U.S. Hispanic market, Mexican media giant Televisa inked a TV and film deal with Lionsgate last week, but the pact looks set to jilt both parties' existing partnerships.
Sony Pictures Television Intl. will rep Swedish "Survivor" producer Strix Television in Latin America in a bid to expand its light entertainment biz in the region.
Helmer Nikita Mikhalkov, whose "Burnt by the Sun" took the foreign language film Oscar in 1995, will rep Russia for the fourth time with latest pic "12," while Colombia and Chile have selected pics…
Colombia and Chile have selected pics from newcomers to represent them in the foreign-language Oscar race.
The 24th Bogota Film Festival Fest opens Wednesday with the directorial debut of Colombian Carlos Palau, "El sueno del paradiso" (Paradise Dream), and closes Oct. 11 with the winner of the feature…
Mexico's Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences has picked Carlos Reygadas' "Luz Silenciosa" (Silent Light) to rep the country for foreign language Oscar consideration.
Fox Searchlight's Sundance acquisition "La misma luna" (Under the Same Moon) by Patrica Riggen kicks off the 11th Los Angeles Latino Intl. Film Festival on Oct. 7 and closes with Antonio Banderas'…
Music and cell phone texting combine on Bulla TV, the first interactive bilingual music platform that will launch Monday on LATV networks nationwide.