Spain's Council of Ministers gave a definitive thumbs-up Friday to the merger of the country's two biggest pay TV operators, Sogecable and the Telefonica-controlled Via Digital. But the government…
In a move that could reshape Spain's TV landscape, Jose Maria Aznar's ruling Popular Party has tightened TV ownership restrictions in Spain, banning shareholders in nationwide TV operators from…
The Lanzarote Spanish Film Screenings, Spain's winter film showcase that begins its three-day run Thursday, is expecting a bumper crop of execs.
Hollywood has a near grip on movie blockbusters. But its lock on TV's equivalent -- the miniseries -- may be faltering as more and more European companies carve a niche for themselves.
Brazil's "Madame Sata" beat strong competition to triumph at the 28th Huelva Ibero-American Film Festival, Europe's most important event for Latin American pics, which wrapped Saturday.
Admira Media, the media subsid of giant Spanish telco Telefonica, reported a third quarter loss of E374.2 million ($374.2 million).
A bad year for a good idea. That was one common verdict on the third Ibero-American Co-Production Forum in Huelva, a mini-mart running Nov. 10-12 for potential co-productions between Spain and Latin…
Spain's Filmax has scared up some business in the difficult Teutonic distrib market -- it has sold Paco Plaza's "Second Name" and Brian Yuzna's "Beyond Re-Animator" to Germany's EMS New Media.
Spain's antitrust Competition Defense Tribune has approved a merger of the country's two biggest pay TV operators, Sogecable and Via Digital.
In a rare departure for the Spanish film industry, prodco Markab Creativos has created a new division to find international and local financing for the Spanish film and TV industries.