Horatio Caine reigns in Spain. Aired Monday primetime on broadcaster Telecinco, and averaging 5.1 million viewers for a 27.7% share, "CSI: Miami" proved to be Spaniards' favorite TV drama over the…
Underscoring the vibrancy of Britain's short-format animation scene, the U.K. has snagged three of the five nominations for Europe's Cartoon d'Or award.
Sometimes it seems as if young Spaniards would rather bungie-jump onto cut glass than catch a local film. Illegally downloading TV shows like "Heroes" often wins out over watching Spanish films in…
Walter Salles' Rio de Janeiro-based VideoFilmes will reteam with Sergio Machado to produce the Brazilian writer-director's next pic, an adaptation of Jorge Amado's novel "A morte e a morte de Quincas…
Cash rich from its sale of "Big Brother" producer Endemol, Spanish telco Telefonica has bid north of E3 billion ($4.1 billion) to buy out its 50-50 partner in Brazilian cell-phone operator Vivo.
Gotham production-distribution shingle City Lights Pictures has taken U.S. rights to Brazilian Cao Hamburger's Berlin competition player "The Year My Parents Went on Vacation."
Literary critic Cesar Antonio Molina will replace Carmen Calvo as Spain's new minister of culture.
A new soccer war has broken out in Spain between Sogecable, the country's biggest pay TV operator, and Spanish production and services giant Mediapro.
In a polemical decision, the European Commission announced Wednesday that it had fined Spanish telco Telefonica Euros 151 million ($206 million) for anti-competitive practices in Spain's broadband…
Sogecable shares dropped 3.1% in Tuesday trading following Spanish press claims that aggressive soccer rights rival Mediapro is close to buying the TV rights to 21 Spanish soccer clubs.
Spain's 2006-07 TV season saw "the triumph of fragmentation," concluded a report released Monday by aud research company Barlovento.