Mexico's leading TV companies are putting their international strategies into action. Dominant Spanish-language conglom Televisa and competitor TV Azteca are steadily hawking telenovelas and other…
Selected new Mexican projects poised for an international life.
Guadalajara fest director Jorge Sanchez says his focus isn't necessarily on glamour but creating encounters between industry leaders and young talent. "We've generated an international buzz that's…
The Ibero-American Film Market may come at time when financial doom and gloom is rampant, but the Guadalajara confab is bustling.
The Mandarin-language version of "Ugly Betty," titled "Chou nu wu di," has wooed auds in its first two months on the air, garnering an average of 11 million total viewers per episode.
Mexico's federal electoral commission (IFE) and media congloms Televisa and TV Azteca have been brawling over political advertising. And this month, the IFE sought to end the dispute by levying fines…
TV Azteca saw some sunshine, while its giant rival Televisa saw almost none, as the respective No. 2 and No. 1 national broadcasters gave sharply contrasting fourth-quarter 2008 results Thursday.
"Quemar las naves" (Burn the Bridges) was sold in Berlin by Mexican sales company Latinofusion to Germany (Pro-Fun Media) and the U.K. (Peccadillo Pics).
Mexico's two major media congloms have figured a way to fight laws forcing them to air political spots.
If all press is good press, TV Azteca and Telemundo seem to be finding their niche in the sports arena by clowning around.