Low-profile Mexican TV mogul Angel Gonzalez has bought Chilean broadcaster La Red for $15 million, according to reports in Santiago.
Chile's national TV council (CNT) has reportedly brought charges against broadcaster La Red, which is 75%-owned by Mexico's TV Azteca, for having foreigners in executive positions.
Chile's biggest cable operators are showing a profit for the first time, but broadcasters are running at a loss, according to a government monitor.
National Amusements has bowed Chile's biggest multiplex, a Santiago 14-screener, in an intensifying battle for the No. 5 Latino B.O. arena.
Rappers have had many brushes with the law in the U.S., but not so often in Chile. Yet a rap scene from Chilean pic "Gringuito," filmed in the Santiago General Cemetery, has wound up in the courts.
Leading telco CTC has upped its stake in the Metropolis-Intercom cable operator by buying out fellow shareholder El Mercurio, a newspaper. CTC paid $50 million for the paper's stake and now holds a…
Chile joins the growing Latino trend toward tiered cable services this week, as dominant operator VTR-Cable Express launches a premium level.
Chile's premier music fest Vina del Mar, which just wrapped its 39th edition, scored a socko 35.5 household rating average over its six nights on network Megavision -- a 27% increase over 1997's…
Forget soccer and telenovelas, Chile's TV auds have eyes only for tennis. For two weeks in a row in January, tennis scored an unprecedented trio of the week's top 10 rated shows -- the sport's…
SANTIAGO — Mexico’s TV Azteca has completed a $10.3 million, 75% purchase of low-ranked Chilean broadcaster La Red (Canal 4) from newspaper group Copesa. First announced last December (Daily Variety…