Luxembourg's CLT reportedly snapped up almost 20% of the Spanish commercial broadcaster Tele Cinco -- the first such foray into the country by the feisty media conglom.
A 101-day strike by dubbing actors, which had paralyzed film dubbing in Madrid and Barcelona, was settled this week, thus removing any threat of disruption to the crowded fall season.
Luxembourg's CLT reportedly snapped up almost 20% of the Spanish commercial broadcaster Tele Cinco -- the media conglomerate's first such foray into this country.
The American Film Marketing Assn., attempting to expand international awareness of its members, will hold a regional market in June in Buenos Aires.
German media mogul Leo Kirch is in final stages of expanding his European empire again, this time to include a piece of Spain. The target is 25% of Spain's leading private TV station, Tele Cinco, the…
Mexico's private TV giant, Televisa, has bought a 50% share in Connecticut-based Panamsat private satellite banner, wholly owned by Rene Anselmo. Move is seen as part of an ongoing effort by Televisa…
The last of the Buenos Aires TV channels, ATC-Canal 7, is due to be privatized, as part of a widespread privatization program being undertaken by Argentina's president.
American exhibitor Cinemark is making a major push to build hardtops in Chile and Mexico, as the first steps toward an ambitious expansion program in Latin America.
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures