In his inaugural address Saturday, Enrique Pena Nieto, Mexico's newly anointed president, made an explicit call for bolstering media competition, calling for the establishment of two new over-the-air…
As President-elect Enrique Pena Nieto prepares to assume power Saturday, the prospects of what seemed to be the certain entry of two new terrestrial broadcasters in Mexico are now far murkier, as…
MEXICO CITY -- The head of Mexico's congressional telco panel spoke out against eight lawsuits issued by Mexico's dominant broadcasters Televisa and TV Azteca lodged to delay the nation's digital…
Mexican character actor Pedro Armendariz Jr., a near constant presence on screens big and small for more than four decades, died Monday of eye cancer in New York City. He was 71.
Mexico is moving up its terrestrial analog-to-digital switchover date, from 2021 to 2015, after a vote Tuesday in Mexico's Supreme Court failed to derail the initiative.
Billionaire Carlos Slim's long-deferred dream of entering Mexico's TV market is back on ice, following last Friday's ruling that denied his Telmex telco access to the smallscreen promised land once…
This compelling though frenetic doc will garner considerable fest interest, despite being a fairly dated report.
Violence has choked stream of Hollywood production dollars down to a trickle.
For generations, helmers like Mel Gibson have fallen in love with Mexico as a backdrop, perhaps starting the day John Huston jumped off a boat at the Port of Veracruz in 1925.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon on Tuesday unveiled an extra 7.5% tax rebate for location shoots to lure large, foreign productions to Mexico.
Mexican independent producers are readying the battle to fight severe federal budget cuts that, if passed, would deeply elminate coin for films in 2010.