Mexican regulator the Federal Competition Commission (CFC) has greenlit media conglom Grupo Televisa's $107 million purchase of a 40% stake in Corporacion Interamericana de Entretenimiento (CIE)…
A decade ago, Ricardo Salinas was an obscure businessman and Mexico was a land of monopolies, from one political party hogging power to one commercial broadcaster dominating the airwaves.
The presale market remains flat in Mexico. Then again, it never really took off to the degree it did in other territories, says Luis Calzada, CEO of Quality Films, one of four main local indie…
A bigger slice of Univision's pay TV income and an uptick in domestic ad sales boosted first-quarter revenue for Televisa by 5%, while cost and debt restructuring contributed to a 200% increase of…
A bigger slice of Univision's pay TV income and an uptick in domestic ad sales boosted first quarter revenue for Grupo Televisa by 5%, while cost and debt restructuring contributed to a 200% increase…
TV Azteca execs have blamed the weak peso for a 65% drop in net profit for the first quarter of 2003 to 75 million pesos ($7 million) compared with $20 million for the same period last year.
For several years distribs have been scratching their heads, wondering how to release Mexican and other Latino films in the U.S. market. Various films have been released. Most sank without a trace.
Helmer Carlos Carrera's controversial cassock ripper "El Crimen del Padre Amaro" (The Crime of Father Amaro) dominated Tuesday's 45th Ariels, Mexico's film awards, winning nine statuettes, including…
Azteca America, the No. 3 Spanish-lingo network in the U.S., has overcome a major legal hurdle that would have prevented its continued expansion.
Mexico's top kudofest, the 18th Guadalajara Showcase of Mexican Film, wrapped March 27 with its most costly prize ceremony ever.
U.S. Spanish-lingo net Azteca America has signed up two affiliates in Texas, bringing its reach of the Hispanic population to 56%, or more than 15 million potential viewers.