There's been a sea change in the U.S. Latino market, and key players on both sides of the Rio Grande have been shifting their strategies to face it.
Anna Marie de la Fuente
Shake a tree in Mexico, and it seems a young director with a buzzy little film falls out -- but how does one move from festival darling to world player? The answer, say Mexican producers making…
A booming subscriber base, more channels and a film industry that is growing in depth and quality are conspiring to turn up the heat on regional pay TV sales for Latin American pics at this year's…
Carlos Reygadas, the leading light of a new generation of Mexican helmers, has teamed with producer partner Jaime Romandia to launch international sales company: NDM (short for Nodream-Mantarraya).
MEXICO CITY -- Three major Mexican cablers have dropped TV Azteca, refusing to pay for previously free content from the No. 2 TV group in a move that hits some 4 million subscribers.
Mexico's federal communications watchdog Cofetel nixed plans for a third national terrestrial network late Wednesday, a blow to those hoping to break the Televisa-Azteca duopoly.
With a clutch of increasingly ambitious videogames and animated features in the pipeline, Guadalajara-based Kaxan Media Group is quickly becoming a key industry presence in the region.
Mexican character actor Pedro Armendariz Jr., a near constant presence on screens big and small for more than four decades, died Monday of eye cancer in New York City. He was 71.
Mexican indie Canana has inked its first deal with Netflix to run episodes of its successful original series "Soy tu fan" (I'm Your Fan), currently on its second season on pubcaster Once TV Mexico.
MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's national film institute Imcine is going digital with two deals aimed at VOD and YouTube distribution.
After years of jockeying, Spanish broadcaster Antena 3 and smaller web La Sexta announced board approval for a merger Wednesday.