Argentina's TV and film companies, like other industries, are struggling to count the costs of the political and economic collapse that has sent the country reeling over the past few weeks.
Juan Jose Nieto has ankled as president of Admira, the entertainment subsid of giant Spanish telco Telefonica.
One of Spain's top young producers in the mid-90s, Enrique Posner, is returning to the country as deputy general manager of Warner Sogefilms, the theatrical distribution joint venture created in 1998…
Commercially aggressive Spanish pubcaster RTVE retained its ratings crown in 2001 -- thanks to soccer.
The rumor mill has been mulling a golden oldie -- a possible merger of Sogecable digital platform Canal Satelite Digital (CSD) and Telefonica's rival Via Digital.
Spain's biggest cinema circuit, Central de Actividades y Exhibicion Cinematograficas (CAEC) has become the first Spanish exhibition loop to bow a French-style cinema loyalty card.
Spain will organize two film congresses as part of its presidency of the European Union in the first half of 2002.
In a move to build its expanding operations, Admira, the powerful film and TV subsid of giant Spanish telco Telefonica, has named Gonzalo Sada director of corporate marketing and brand management.
Andres Vicente Gomez, Spain's most internationally aggressive producer, is negotiating an exit from the country's leading media conglom Admira, in what could be the most talked about local showbiz…
Like "Big Brother" in 2000, hit reality show "Operacion Triunfo" has hit critical mass in Spain, becoming a sociological phenomenon and a franchise.