Univision, on the hunt for new sources of programming, is hoping that latest entry "Viva la Familia! de Todobebe" (Hooray for Families! From Todobebe) is a keeper after its preem aud drew 3.3 million…
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Venezuela's Cisneros Group chairman-CEO Gustavo Cisneros will be in Beijing on Monday to sign a strategic agreement with China Central Television prexy Zhao Hua Yong.
Latino Spanish-language content provider Veranda Entertainment has just launched its broadband video-on-demand site Butaca.tv, a destination portal dedicated to Latino cinema. Company has tapped…
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Venezuela's most bankable thesp, Edgar Ramirez ("The Bourne Ultimatum," "Vantage Point"), is attached to play the lead in Colombian crime thriller "Saluda al diablo de mi parte" (My Regards to the…
Just one week after 15 hostages were freed by Colombian commandos, Hollywood has come knocking. Several potential projects are already taking shape.
Dozens of articles as well as TV programs, plays and docus have focused on the unsolved murders of an estimated 400 women in the violent Mexican border towns of Juarez and Chihuahua.
A Los Angeles district court judge has agreed to yet another delay in the trial between Spanish-language media giants Univision and Televisa.
Gussi Films, Mexico's largest indie distributor, is launching Distrimax, its U.S. theatrical distrib, on June 27 in New York with Spanish/Argentine co-production "Elsa y Fred."
The long-awaited face-off between Spanish-language media giants Univision and Televisa in an L.A. district court may be postponed again.
"Mental," Fox TV Studio's first original U.S. English-language skein to be shot in Colombia, has added thesps Jacqueline McKenzie, Derek Webster, Nicholas Gonzalez and Marisa Ramirez to its cast.
"Mental," Fox's first original U.S. English-language skein to be shot in Colombia, has added thesps Jacqueline McKenzie, Derek Webster, Nicholas Gonzalez and Marisa Ramirez to its cast.