The influence Hispanic voters exerted at the ballot box on Tuesday reflects the seismic demographic shifts that are driving the biz's major congloms to invest in Latino-targeted media.
Hollywood is bemoaning the eroding bankability of movie stars because it represents yet another threat to traditional showbiz economics.
NuvoTV is fielding the largest slate of original programming in the indie cabler's eight-year history as it faces heightened competition for the attention of young Hispanic viewers.
A shakeup is under way at L.A.-based Maya Entertainment, the multiplatform content distribution company aimed at the Spanish-language market Stateside.
Set in cramped apartments and hole-in-the-wall storefronts in the East Village, Michael M. Bilandic's nanobudget comedy "Happy Life" plays like a poor schlub's "High Fidelity," centered around Keith…
U.S. Spanish-language TV has flourished in recent years, with ad revenue growing 8.6% to about $3.3 billion in 2010, according to Kantar Media.