Argentine director Jose Luis Massa, best known for 2001 boffo kiddie movie "Chiquititas," has started lensing animated epic "Patoruzito."
Argentina's second-biggest cabler, Multicanal, has won backing from creditors to restructure the $525 million debt it defaulted on after the country's economy collapsed at the end of 2001.
Argentina's cable industry is showing signs of recovery after an economic crisis last year accelerated subscriber cancellations, leaving the market down 30% from its 5 million-subscriber height in…
Helmer Alejandro Agresti, whose latest film "Valentin" is Argentina's submission for consideration in the foreign lingo section of the 2004 Oscars, has begun lensing $2 million drama "Un mundo menos…
Satcaster DirecTV Latin America has hired turnaround specialist AlixPartners to help with financial and operational restructuring in a bid to avoid a bankruptcy filing.
Endemol's newest quiz format, "Pulsaciones," bowed on No. 2 broadcaster Artear-Canal 13 Wednesday.
Walt Disney TV Intl. Latin America has sold Colombian kiddie novela "Baby Sister" to broadcasters Televisa in Mexico and Azul TV in Argentina, marking its first foray into the soap genre.
If "Sally Marr ... and Her Escorts" enjoys any extended life at the box office -- and, who knows, stranger things have happened -- the reason will not be Sally Marr, whose sad, rowdy life has been…
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