Spaniards care little for their past, partly because it has been such a calamity. That attitude has carried over to films: Over the last decade, local historical pics were rare and usually box office…
The first TV Forum Europe, touted as a candidate to replace the defunct Monte Carlo TV market, kicked off Feb. 17 in Barcelona.
U.K. media conglom Pearson's majority-owned Spanish publishing and media giant Recoletos saw operating profits drop 81.5% to 6.5 million euros ($5.7 million) in 2001 compared with the previous year…
Spanish publishing and media giant Recoletos saw its net profits drop 81.5% in 2001 to €6.5 million ($5.7 million), compared to the previous year.
Troubled Spanish digital terrestrial television platform Quiero has appointed Luis Sahun to replace Ildefonso de Miguel as its general manager and top exec.
If Spanish industryites at the American Film Market look a little drawn, it may not just be jet lag. They have just gotten bad news from home.
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.