This watchable but forgettable apocalyptic thriller reps a disappointing outing for Spanish helmers Alex and David Pastor.
Low-cost digital terrestrial TV has become an ace card for Spain's second-biggest broadcasting conglom, Antena 3-La Sexta, driving share, priming U.S. hits and bulwarking its bottom line.
The dire state of the Spanish economy is leading to a shakeout in the nation's TV biz that may leave Mediaset Espana and Antena 3 as the only free-to-air players -- and cause Hollywood volume deals…
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Eduardo Sacheri, co-scribe on Juan Jose Campanella's "The Secret in Their Eyes," is writing a treatment for "Foosball 2," a sequel to Campanella's Latin American animated feature "Foosball 3D."
With Disney and Paramount having opted out of the international acquisition biz, and Fox and Sony focusing in some territories on select titles only, Warner Bros., a constant supporter of local film…
MADRID -- MGM has inked a movie deal with Spanish broadcaster La Sexta covering exclusive rights to first-run and library titles for three years.
The merger of Antena 3 and smaller rival La Sexta, announced Wednesday, will not lessen the new entity's appetite for product, Antena 3 CEO Silvio Gonzalez told analysts Thursday.
After years of jockeying, Spanish broadcaster Antena 3 and smaller web La Sexta announced board approval for a merger Wednesday.
AMC genre series "The Walking Dead," created by Frank Darabont, has delivered new life to startup broadcaster La Sexta.
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…