Ildefonso de Miguel has resigned as general manager and top exec at troubled digital terrestrial television (DTT) platform Quiero.
The Malaga Spanish Film Festival, dedicated to local pics, will honor helmer-producer Jose Luis Cuerda and actor-legit producer Adolfo Marsillach, both of whom died earlier this year.
Cable TV is finally breaking through in Spain, thanks to U.S.-Spanish broadband operator ONO. Its cable services have succeeded as part of a triple package of telephony, Internet and cable. On Feb…
Veteran TV exec Ramon Colom has ankled as director of contents and programming at Spanish satcaster Via Digital, a post which made him its effective head of acquisitions.
Filling in another niche in his pantheon of 60s legends, Oliver Stone is currently in Cuba where he is shooting a documentary on Fidel Castro, with the dictator's reported full co-operation.
France Television Intl., German pubcaster ZDF, France's Arte, U.K.-based Fremantle Media, Spain's Planeta and Filmax, and Spanish producers' body Fapae are among companies that have signed up for…
Spanish industry authorities are planning a Miami mini-market to push sales of Spanish films and TV shows in the U.S.
Admira, Spain's biggest TV conglom and content provider, has persuaded Oscar-winning producer Andres Vicente Gomez to stay in the fold.
The final program of Gestmusic Endemol's reality talent show "Operacion Triunfo" made TV history Monday, notching a 68% market share -- the best perf of any program in Spain since the launch of its…
Pointing to the first significant growth in Spanish cable TV, ONO, the country's largest cable operator, doubled its subscribers during 2001 to 333,997.
Planeta D, the new docu arm of film-TV holding Planeta 2010, has unveiled a first slate of projects, confirming it as one of the biggest docu producers in Spain.