What's being touted as the largest studio in Latin America is being planned in the Mexican state of Durango, backed with $15 million in local government coin for the first phase of development.
Mexico media giant Televisa is formally launching Televisa USA this week, a Los Angeles-based studio assigned to produce and develop original content for U.S. English-speaking audiences.
MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's No. 2 network TV Azteca filed a criminal complaint against ratings agency Ibope AGB Mexico (IAM) on Monday, alleging economic and reputation damages caused by the…
MEXICO CITY -- Some 50 million Mexicans go to the polls to elect a new president on Sunday, following a political campaign that further exposed powerful media conglom Televisa's links to the…
MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's telco regulator Cofetel opened bidding for two new nationwide, free-to-air digital TV channels Tuesday -- a move that will create a fundamental shift in the market long…
MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's telcom regulator Cofetel approved late Wednesday a plan to auction two new over-the-air channels in a first-of-its-kind auction that could potentially make huge waves in a…
MEXICO CITY -- Helmer-scribe Emilio Portes' laffer "Pastorela" was the big winner Saturday at the annual Ariels film awards held by the Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences, taking best film…
MEXICO CITY HBO Latin America Originals is teaming up with Mexico's Lemon Films to make "Senor Avila," a Spanish-language series topped by Tony Dalton ("Colombiana").
MEXICO CITY The new production company launched by Mexico's Televisa and Spain's Globomedia will be called Globovisa, Televisa's chief for Europe and Asia Ricardo Ehrsam said on Thursday.
MEXICO CITY Mexico's competition watchdog, Cofeco, declared a formal investigation into suspected monopolistic practices affecting the TV market Friday.