Mexico's TV duopoly may soon be over. General Electric and its subsidiary Telemundo aim to rescue Mexico's bankrupt Canal 40 and challenge broadcasting powerhouses Televisa and TV Azteca.
Studios will have another entertainment marketing firm to tap in their bid to reach the fast-growing U.S. Hispanic market. Anita Santiago Advertising joins the ranks of Latin World, Arenas Group and…
Latino film company Voy Pictures has unveiled a competition for Latino screenwriters. Winning screenplay nabs a $5,000 cash award and an option from Voy Pictures. Move is a bid from Voy to unearth a…
Gustavo Cisneros has been tapped Mipcom's Personality of the Year. The chairman-CEO of the Cisneros Group of Companies will receive the award during a gala dinner Oct. 19 during the 21st edition of…
The Guadalajara fest has tapped Lucy Virgen deputy director. She will manage the festival until its board of trustees meets in September to elect a general director.
Oil-rich Venezuela has commissioned China to build and launch a $200 million satellite in 2008 to lessen its dependence on U.S. and European birds.
Taking its cue from Nickelodeon's hit kiddie skeins "Dora the Explorer" and "Blue's Clues," PorchLight Entertainment has added a Latina character and an interactive mystery element to its…
Chile's Mega (Canal 9) has boarded "The Nanny" wagon, one of a string of Latin American broadcasters remaking the Sony Pictures Television Intl. sitcom.
Disney's Buena Vista Intl. deal to remake its hit dramedy "Desperate Housewives" for Latin America is the latest example of a growing practice -- reversioning shows for local auds rather than (or as…
"Los Olvidados," the b&w classic about Mexican street urchins, is caught in a nasty custody battle in a U.S. court.
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…