MADRID -- Sony Pictures Releasing de Espana has acquired Spanish theatrical and home entertainment rights to Manuel Sicilia's 3D family toon pic "Justin and the Knights of Valor."
Territory Reports: Industry upheaval is rampant around the globe, but affects individual countries and regions in distinctly different ways.
Spain's telcos and newest TV broadcasters are injecting fresh money into Spain's cash-crunched film production sector.
Aired Tuesday, the Spanish premiere of NBC U's period drama "Downton Abbey" scored the highest-rating foreign fiction bow for private web Antena 3 in recent years.
TV ad investment in Spain grew 4% last year to Euros2.47 billion ($3.4 billion), according to a survey published by research company Infoadex.
In 2010, soccer proved the absolute king of TV content in Spain.
Spanish broadcaster LaSexta has began to finance Spanish movie production.
The Spanish film industry is transforming its financing parameters, moved by two game-changing film laws.
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