Buoyed by boffo ratings, Mexican media group Televisa reported strong first-quarter results Wednesday, with cash flow up a hefty 68%.
MGM Networks Latin America has dropped inhouse production from its Casa Club TV net and is moving toward co-prods and commissioned fare.
He's tackled the Cambodian crisis in "The Killing Fields." He's addressed religious persecution in "The Mission." And now Roland Joffe is ready to explore the thought-provoking, rarely explored topic…
Deflation leads to inflation: "Hard Copy" saw its numbers soar in the week of April 12, according to Nielsen's latest syndie ratings report, thanks to its telecast of what was billed as the first…
NBC has told the 20 executives in its affiliate-relations department -- including the head of the division, senior VP John Damiano -- that they have 45 days to accept or reject a network offer to buy…
In a widely and wildly applauded move, Spanish pubcaster Radio Television Espanola (RTVE) will plow $60 million into Spanish film production over the next three years. RTVE's prior commitment to…
In the first authorized portrayal of the civil rights heroine's life story, Jaffe/Braunstein Films has struck a deal with Rosa Parks to produce a two-hour telefilm for CBS.
Fox execs huddled Wednesday with angry affils in Gotham to discuss the network's sudden plan to take back a chunk of ad inventory.
The Protestant denomination Igreja Universal, owner of Brazil's third-ranked broadcaster TV Record, has bought 50% of network Rede Mulher.
Fine Line Features has appointed Michael Macari to the position of creative executive, based in Los Angeles.
HBO has pulled the plug on its upcoming TV version of "L.A. Confidential," which was in advanced development at Warner Bros. TV and Regency TV.