Mexico's President Felipe Calderon issued a decree Thursday that will accelerate the nation's terrestrial analog-to-digital switchover by six years to 2015.
The explosion, coming shortly after midnight, caused no injuries but damages Televisa studio.
Pyramide Intl. continues to land key territorial sales with Michael Rowe's Mexican drama "Leap Year."
Sale of Chilevision to Time Warner allows president to brush aside rhetoric of political opponents.
Estudios Interlomas gains traction as key competitor to the capital's aging studios.
Producer thinks that by shooting in English with name actors, the film has universal potential.
President Pedro Armendariz Jr. confirms that NFI has provided the promised coin.
Mexico's 64-year-old film academy will meet this week to decide whether or not to suspend activities as a months-long dispute with the National Film Institute (Imcine) keeps funding in limbo.
In a mixed message, Mexico's Televisa, the world's largest provider of Spanish-language content, is denying local media reports that it is planning to buy Chile's No. 3 terrestrial web Chilevision…
MEXICO CITY -- Italo shingle Rodeo Drive has bought the rights to remake Sergio Arau's 2004 immigration-themed pic "A Day Without a Mexican" for an undisclosed amount.
Sony Pictures Television and its 50% owned Colombian indie shingle Teleset are making telenovela "Ninas mal" (Bad Girls) for MTV Latin America.