Spain's telcos and newest TV broadcasters are injecting fresh money into Spain's cash-crunched film production sector.
Jose Miguel Contreras
There will be mergers in a period of four-to-six months and we want to marry," Jose Miguel Contreras, CEO of Spanish broadcaster La Sexta, declared in March 2009, referring to Spain's crowded TV…
Spanish broadcaster LaSexta has began to finance Spanish movie production.
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