Portugal's Media Capital, owned by Spanish media giant Prisa, has sold its analog terrestrial broadcasting network to Portugal Telecom, which already transmits the country's other three analog…
Portuguese pubcaster RTP reported a E36.1 million ($56.5 million) net loss last year on revenues of $492 million, compared with a $38 million net loss on revenues of $457 million in 2006.
Spanish thrillers swept the lion's share of awards at Portugal's 28th Fantasporto -- Oporto Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped on Sunday.
The Portuguese government has launched two public tenders for DTT platform licenses.
In the wake of its spin-off from Portugal Telecom in November, cable and satellite company PT Multimedia unveiled a new brand identity on Tuesday.
The Fantasporto Oporto Film Festival, Portugal's biggest film fest, will open Feb. 25 with the Coen brothers' "No Country for Old Men."
Portugal will auction a free-to-air TV license for a national channel to compete with the four existing nets.
The Galician Audiovisual Consortium, one of Spain's most energetic regional film boards, has unveiled a pioneering P&A support program.
Dutch family drama "Half Time" (Tussenstand) took the Golden Caravel award at the debut edition of the Estoril European Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday.
Portugal Telecom has sold its outstanding 8.3% stake in PT Multimedia, which controls more than 80% of Portugal's cable and satellite TV biz.
The European Union unveiled telco regulations Nov. 13 -- and the first deal likely to come under the spotlight is Portugal Telecom's Nov. 7 spinoff its cable TV subsidiary PT Multimedia.