These are mystifying times at Lolafilms, the Spanish producer-distributor.
Spain's biggest media company, the Prisa Group, has purchased 50% of the Radiopolis radio group, owned by Mexican media giant Televisa. Prisa paid Televisa $50 million and injected another $10…
It is the worst of times, and the best of times, for Spanish indie distribution. The latest news broke at September's San Sebastian Film Festival, a gossip mega-mill: Last July, film and TV conglom…
Germany's kidvidder EM.TV and Spain's Planeta 2010, the film and TV subsid of the Planeta Group, have finalized a co-production pact on seven animated series and inked a first-look deal to co-produce…
Last week, French economic daily La Tribune reported that Prisa, Spain's biggest media company, had agreed to sell its 21% stake in Spanish pay TV conglom Sogecable to Canal Plus Group.
Two of Latin America's most energetic indie pic production companies, Mexico's Titan Producciones and Brazil's Total Filmes, have inked to develop and jointly produce one of the first…
Spanish telco Telefonica has put some significant TV assets on the sales block in a belt-tightening drive. These include its 23% in satellite system Hispasat, 50% in Argentine network Azul TV and its…
Dutch TV giant Endemol and Mexican media conglom Televisa are setting up a 50/50 production venture for TV and interactive products to be called Endemol Mexico, confirming industry buzz.
Viacom has dipped a toe into the European theme park biz, as subsid Paramount Parks inked an in-principle agreement Tuesday to take over management of troubled Spanish theme park Terra Mitica.
Spanish-Latin American production traffic stepped up last week as new Spanish-U.S. company Plural Entertainment inked a non-exclusive pact with leading indie Mexican production house Argos…