Spanish film and TV conglom Admira and the Cisneros Group's sales and production subsid Venevision Intl. have inked a deal to create a joint production fund targeted at making telenovelas and other…
Fernando Sulichin and Chris Hanley's Black List Films has created a Madrid-based production company, Esperanza Filmworks, to produce three Spain-based pics a year.
Beatriz Flores Silva's "Tricky Girl," ("En la puta vida"), Uruguay's foreign-lingo Oscar candidate, took the Gold Columbus best film nod at the 27th Huelva Ibero-American Film Festival (Nov. 17-24).
French media and construction group Bouygues has reconfirmed that it does not intend to buy a stake in troubled Spanish digital terrestrial television platform Quiero.
Governments in Spain and major Latin America states have greenlit fund Cibermedia, aimed at co-financing online and digital films, as well as TV programming.
On Nov. 5 an immaculately turned-out Juan Jose Nieto, prexy of Telefonica Media, took the stage at a Madrid hotel to make a rare public declaration about the company's future and rename it Admira.
Pan-European entertainment group Admira has posted a nine-month operating profit of 24.1 million euros ($21.6 million), compared to an operating loss of $49.7 million last year, on the back of strong…
Spanish Media group Admira has appointed Carlos de Muns as its international director, production and sales, a newly-created post.
Perched on the 11th floor of Picasso Tower, Madrid's highest high-rise, Sogecable's Produce Plus topper Macarena Rey is running one of the largest TV production and distribution pushes in Spanish…
Ele Juarez, managing director of Admira (formerly Telefonica Media), will head the conglom's new centralized acquisition service for all its media assets.
Storm clouds are gathering around Spain's pioneering digital terrestrial television operator, Quiero.