Big media (Argentina's Grupo Clarin) lost out to big government (the country's interventionist President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner) in an Argentine Supreme Court ruling Monday.
It's big media vs. big government, a scenario being played out all over Latin America. But in Argentina, the battle is especially fierce.
VENICE – Habemus a pope pic. And from Pope Francis' native Argentina. One of its most international directors, Alejandro Agresti ("The Lake House") will direct "Historia de un cura" (A Priest's…
No one was injured when a plane carrying “Salinger” co-author David Shields and Weinstein Co. publicist Emmy Chang crash-landed at the Telluride Regional Airport Sunday at about 1 p.m. The accident…
BARCELONA – 3D animated movie "Foosball," the latest film from Juan Jose Campanella ("The Secret in Their Eyes"), rewrote the history books Thursday in Argentina, opening in cinemas theaters to a…
Argentina's broadcasting regulator Comfer has nixed telco giant Telefonica Argentina's plans to launch a pay TV channel over its DSL broadband lines.
Twentieth Television is in talks with Argentina's Telefe to acquire remake rights to its hit telenovela "Resistire" (Forever Julia). The Fox TV unit, which declined to comment, has been searching for…
Argentinean journo-lawyer Daniel Hadad has bought the 50% he didn't already own in Canal 9 for $30 million from Raul Moneta, the net said Wednesday.
For weeks, obscenity in primetime and earlier has been a heated topic in Argentina. Now the government is considering a crackdown.
"Padre coraje" (Brave Father John) swept the Argentinean Assn. of Television and Radio Journalists awards ceremony, the country's version of the Emmys, on Monday.