One of the grand old men of Spanish cinema, Francisco Rabal, died Wednesday afternoon while returning from a tribute to him at the Montreal Film Festival.
Scaring up $14.1 million its first weekend, Alejandro Amenabar's retro chiller "The Others" is now the highest-grossing Spanish-backed movie ever in the U.S. And it may be a harbinger of bigger…
During Spain's sacred August recess, the figures that any self-regarding TV topper normally studies are walking past on a beach. One of Spain's three pay TV operators, Quiero, has just spoiled that.
Productora Extremena de Television, which is 51% owned by Spanish media giant Prisa, has won a franchise to operate a regional TV feed for Extremadura, western Spain.
Spanish digital terrestrial pay TV operator Quiero is facing a crisis after media group Planeta revealed that it will not take part in a 12 billion peseta ($63.2 million) capital increase.
The long-discussed production-distribution alliance between Italy's publishing and video distrib giant De Agostini and Spanish media company Planeta is very close to reality -- and the estimated…
Spanish media and publishing giant the Prisa Group has sold its Internet service provider (ISP) Inicia to European sector leader Tiscali for Euro8.2 million ($7.1 million).
Latino telenovelas are again lathering up ratings in Spain and proving a mini-boom for emerging Spanish production powerhouse, the Europroducciones Group, co-owned by Mexico's Televisa and Spain's…
Spanish publishing and media giant Recoletos, a 28% shareholder in future terrestrial digital television free-to-air broadcaster Veo TV, saw net profits fall 38% in the first half of the year.