Mexico's top exhib Cinepolis has inked with Fox Sports to bring the sports channel's Spanish-language content to the bigscreen.
TV Azteca fined 72 million pesos ($5.5 mill) by Mexico's Federal Electoral Commission (IFE).
The seventh edition of the popular Mexico City Contemporary Film Festival, dubbed Ficco, has been canceled only weeks before it was set to open.
Canadian kiddie shingle the Cookie Jar Group has inked to give Mexico's digital TV platform Hi-TV access to 1,200 of its titles.
Argentinean soccer legend Diego Maradona is looking to score with the launch of his 10e-TV Internet and cable TV channel.
Mexican conglom TV Azteca's international sales arm Comarex announced the pick up Monday of Latin American distribution rights to three features from German children's soccer drama franchise "Die…
Argentine soccer legend Maradona is looking to score once again on television with the launch of his new "10-ETV" internet and cable TV channel set to kick off in late May or early June.
Protesters reappeared this weekend outside the Mexican prison where Mel Gibson is set to shoot "How I Spent My Summer."
Families of inmates protested last week against Mel Gibson's upcoming project "How I Spent My Summer Vacation" outside the prison in the Mexican state of Veracruz where shooting is set to begin in…
Mexico is showering coin on local film projects to celebrate its 200 years of independence from Spain in 2010.
The head of the world's largest producer of Spanish-language media took to Twitter to leak news of company plans to give a 24-hour news network another try in 2010.
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