Confirming Spanish media's emergence from a 2001-02 ad downturn, the Prisa Group, Spain's second largest media company, posted highly healthy first-half results, aided by a strong performance of its…
Spanish mini-studio Filmax is teaming with broadcaster Telecinco to produce six TV horror movies, five by Spain's hottest young helmers.
The 52nd edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival will open with the world premiere of Woody Allen's "Melinda and Melinda."
Alvaro Zapata has been appointed executive prexy of Spanish publishing and media giant DeAPlaneta, replacing Giorgio Sbampato.
Biting multiple bullets in a tough first half for its newly merged digital platform Digital Plus, Spain's main pay TV platform Sogecable posted in-line to slightly better than expected results for…
One year to the day after the launch of its digital TV platform Digital Plus, Spain's dominant pay TV operator Sogecable is cutting prices to lure viewers.
Can local clones of "The Apprentice" enthrall Euro audiences the way the Donald has managed to entrance viewers in the U.S.? That's one of the questions being posed this summer as a wave of Yank…
Antonio Banderas has acquired film rights to Spanish novel "El camino de los ingleses" as his second directorial outing after 1999's "Crazy in Alabama."
The Spanish government has approved new regs tightening up the application of local TV quotas that require Spanish TV operators to invest in Spanish films.
September's 52nd San Sebastian Film Festival will host a workshop aimed at improving Spanish film sales to North America.
Gotham-based niche distributor First Run Features has acquired all North American rights to Spanish director Pablo Berger's wry comedy on Spain's porn industry under Franco, "Torremolinos 73."