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.
Mexico's No. 2 broadcaster TV Azteca scored a significant victory this week when the nation's telco regulator Cofetel approved the web's free-to-air digital terrestrial TV platform, Hi-TV.
Televisa is readying an aggressive online campaign to transmit 30 soccer games from World Cup 2010.
A revised government film funding program went into effect this week, following a yearlong effort to reverse an earlier decision by Mexico's tax agency that turned the program's coin into taxable…
Spanish-language net Univision is moving into telenovela production with the launch of Univision Studios in Miami.
Mexico's No. 2 broadcaster TV Azteca broke ground Monday in Mexico City on a $55 million complex housing seven studios dedicated to sudsers.
Mexico's Congress approved a 2010 budget Tuesday that maintains coin for all its film fund programs.
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A cadre of film bigwigs went to Mexico's Congress on Oct. 27 to make sure that federal subsidies to the film biz stayed put.
Domestic Film DAILY
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America: The Winter Soldier1Daily:$4.3M Cumulative:$174.9M Disney 22.52%
Rio 22Daily:$3.6M Cumulative:$52.9M Fox 17.90%
Heaven is for Real
Heaven is for Real3Daily:$3.3M Cumulative:$7.0M Sony / TriStar -10.21%