LONDON — K5 Intl. has struck theatrical distribution deals for soccer docu “Next Goal Wins” with Icon (U.K.), Bodega (France), Madman (Australia), Asmik (Japan) and Falcon (Middle East). Pic is the…
Fifa World Cup
Diversification: 20 years ago, Brazil's Globo, Latin America's biggest broadcaster, sold its hallmark telenovelas to broadcast networks around the world. On the first day of trading at Miami's NATPE…
Brazil is synonymous with soccer, the beautiful game. The country is the only five-time world champion and by far the most successful country in the history of the FIFA World Cup, the next of which…
Soccer legend Pele is headed for the big screen with Imagine Entertainment and Seine Pictures going into production in August on a coming of age story. Pele is also headed to Cannes next week…
Tuesday night's FIFA World Cup qualifying match between Mexico and the Unites States averaged a big 7 million combined viewers on ESPN and Spanish-language broadcaster UniMas. According to Nielsen…
The film-promotion program Cinema do Brasil has opened the first phase of its Distributors World Cup, a competition that rewards distribution companies that bring Brazilian films to exhibitors around…
When Spanish captain Iker Casillas hoisted the World Cup into the air, you'd expect execs at Spain's Telecinco to be equally tearful with joy.
The FIFA World Cup soccer tournament is set to attract stratospheric ratings across Europe.
Stats from FIFA.com, the website of the international soccer org that runs the tournament, confirm that digital viewing is building fast on computers and mobile devices, including smartphones.
TV Globo has bought exclusive rights for Brazil for FIFA's soccer World Cup tourneys in South Africa in 2010 and in a South American country in 2014.
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