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.
Anna Marie de la Fuente
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.
Taking a leaf out of HBO's book, U.S. Spanish-language premium film channel Cinelatino is debuting its first drama series, "Tiempo Final" (Countdown).
Sony Pictures Television Intl. has snapped up 50% of Colombian indie production company Teleset.
A lawsuit brought by Mexico's media conglom Televisa against Univision, the most-watched Spanish-language web in the U.S., was settled out of court Thursday.
More than a year after sealing their partnership pact, Lionsgate and Mexican conglom Grupo Televisa have been growing their film slate and are likely to launch a joint U.S. theatrical distrib in the…
The jury that will decide the fate of two multibillion-dollar Hispanic media congloms was selected Tuesday at Los Angeles U.S. district court in downtown Los Angeles.
Sony Pictures Television Intl. is ramping up its fiction programming in Latin America with a telenovela co-production in Venezuela and a comedy skein for its pan-regional web, Sony Entertainment…