Cebrian's fluency in English, Spanish, French and Italian opens doors to roles in Europe and the U.S., says Anne Thomopoulos, executive producer of Canal Plus' "Borgia," in which Cebrian has a…
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Spain's media giant Prisa has tapped vet exec Fernando Abril-Martorell as deputy CEO and chief financial officer.
Cash-strapped Spanish conglom Prisa, owner of satcaster Digital Plus, has received a cash infusion of almost E660 million ($898.3 million) from a merger with U.S. investment company Liberty…
Spain's longest-serving top TV exec, Javier Diez de Polanco, has ankled his post as head of film and TV at Prisa and CEO of Sogecable, its TV company.
For two decades, Prisa's solid Belle Epoque HQ overlooking Madrid's Gran Via, the Spanish capital's main shopping street, has been a sign of the media company's stability.
Prisa, Spain's second biggest media group, has launched a e2 billion ($2.87 billion) bid for a 50% stake in Sogecable, the dominant Spanish pay TV operator.
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