Independent World TV (IWT), a new TV news network, is poised to launch in a bid to provide independent and unbiased reporting around the world. Upstart led by Canadian producer Paul Jay has been…
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U.S. Spanish-language giant Univision Networks is projected to take in up to 75% of the estimated $1.2 billion Hispanic primetime upfront this year, according to Wall Street analysts.
Comedian George Lopez, a hero in the Latino community for fronting his own hit sitcom on ABC, dominated the 20th Imagen Awards gala Friday at the BevHilton with his sometimes off-color jokes, but…
Xenon Pictures, the U.S. homevideo distrib of Mexican media giant Televisa, has begun releasing its DVDs with English subtitles to meet demand from English-speaking second- and third-generation…
"Esposas Desesperadas," anyone? Disney's Latin America TV unit is in advanced talks with various feevees to make local versions of hit comedy "Desperate Housewives" in at least six territories.
DirecTV will add Peruvian programming to its Spanish-language package DirecTV Para Todos in the summer, as part of an exclusive multiyear agreement with the SUR Corporation.
MTV Networks will launch Tempo, focused on Caribbean music and culture, across the Caribbean in October.
Test transmissions kicked off last week for Televisora del Sur (Television of the South), the new Venezuelan-based pan-Latino satellite news and entertainment channel.
TNT Latin America has nabbed pan-regional basic cable rights to the Oscars. Previously net transmitted live broadcasts of the Oscars to just Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Venezuela.
TNT Latin America has nabbed pan-regional basic cable rights to the Oscars. Starting in 2006, channel will air the Academy Awards live in 35 territories for three years.
Will Latin America be the next Asia for toons? Judging from the number of animation studios and schools popping up across the region, the answer may be yes.