TNT Latin America launches its second original program, "Latin American Directors," on Aug. 6.
Anna Marie de la Fuente
Helmer Fernando Meirelles' shingle O2 Filmes is prepping interactive animated content for cell phones and the Internet. O2, which launched dedicated new-media department O2 Digital in mid-2005, is…
Comedic telenovela "La Fea mas bella," the Mexican version of Colombian soap "Yo soy Betty la fea," helped top U.S. Hispanic web Univision beat either ABC or NBC in young demos on four out of seven…
Guillermo del Toro, who spends much of his time working on high-profile American pics like "Hellboy" and "Blade II," hasn't forgotten his Spanish roots.
On May 26, Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner's 2929 Entertainment will debut its Truly Indie initiative with the release of a truly independently made pic by two California-based Filipino-Americans…
Eight talents are poised for global recognition.
Latin American TV buyers are swooping down to the L.A. Screenings looking for programming to supplement their inhouse primetime fare.
Guillermo del Toro, whose "Pan's Labyrinth" plays in competition May 27, is teaming with fellow Mexican helmer Alfonso Cuaron on an English-lingo adaptation of Roald Dahl's 1973 book "The Witches"…
It's been a year and a month since he was upped to prexy of No. 2 U.S. Hispanic net Telemundo, and Don Browne has a few good reasons to be content.
The U.S. cable industry shuddered when AT&T announced plans back in March to buy regional carrier BellSouth. For the entertainment biz, the move intensifies the battle between cable companies and…
Guinness World Records will officially proclaim Univision's "Sabado gigante" the longest-running show in the world -- 44 years on the air -- when the variety/talkshow celebrates its 20th anniversary…