The global economic crisis has not spared Latin America, where admissions have stagnated and, in the case of Argentina, continued a three-year descent. Complicating matters, the Hollywood studios…
Anna Marie de la Fuente
Revenues were down but TV audiences were up for Univision Communications, which posted a 2008 fourth-quarter net loss of $2.25 billion on Monday.
Sony Pictures Television is making its first concerted attempt to sell its Spanish-language telenovelas at Mip next week.
The escalating drug cartel violence in Mexico is taking its toll on Hollywood.
NBC Universal's Telemundo has snagged TV production rights to bestseller "The Queen of the South" ("La Reina del sur") by Spanish author-journalist Arturo Perez Reverte.
Beleaguered homevid retail giant Blockbuster is making a pitch for the fast-growing U.S. Hispanic market by teaming with mini-Latino studio Maya Entertainment to set up a film festival and…
Weighed down by shrinking ad revs and $10.8 billion debt, Hispanic media giant Univision pinkslipped some 300 employees today, roughly 6% of its workforce.
Steven Soderbergh's "Che: Part One" opens the 49th Cartagena Intl Film Festival Friday with Benicio del Toro and producer Laura Bickford attending.
Los Angeles-based NALA Investments and talent management agency Latin World Entertainment have teamed up to form NALA Entertainment with plans to invest $100 million to develop and produce…
When a burnt-out Carlos Arguello returned to Antigua, Guatemala, to supposedly retire, little did he know that he would embark on a second career that would lead him to meet with presidents of Latin…
The Cayman Islands' newly launched film commission hopes it will be as successful as neighboring island Puerto Rico's has been.
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