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Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez died Tuesday but with his anointed successors, Vice President Nicolas Maduro or National Assembly prexy Diosdado Cabello, likely to take over, Venezuelan media can…
Telemundo has acquired exclusive U.S. and Puerto Rican broadcast rights to feature-length documentary "Pablo Escobar, Angel or Demon?"
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RCTV, the 53 year old Venezuelan terrestrial network that was yanked off the airwaves in May for its anti-government stance, is again defying the populist regime of President Hugo Chavez by producing…
In the wake of the controversial shutdown of Venezuela's oldest broadcaster, RCTV, on Sunday night, President Hugo Chavez's government is stepping up the pressure on other local webs and even…
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