A timeline of RTVE's history
The Japanese television market looks, on first glance, like a throwback to another era. The five commercial webs and pubcaster NHK still claim the vast majority of the viewing audience and revenues…
Facing an analog switch-off in 2010, hesitancy about creating new content and uncertainty about ad take-up, can RTVE lead Spain's digital terrestial television revolution?
Few were surprised when "The Weakest Link" was taken off air in Thailand for being demeaning to its contestants. Local execs were more surprised that anyone thought the format would work there at…
After having toughed it out through the economic slowdown of the late '90s, the SARS crisis of 2003 and countless regulatory U-turns in China, Western media companies are starting to see their…
Convergence may have been a hot topic on many an agenda in Asia's multichannel environment, but how it would manifest itself remained something of a mystery to most.
Supergirl conquered China last year. Some 400 million Chinese viewers tuned in to watch a 21-year-old tomboy called Li Yuchun from Sichuan province win "The Mongolian Yogurt Supergirl Contest."
With a slate of original primetime programming, daytime dramas, docus and a huge archive, RTVE, as always, will be Spain's biggest player at Mip TV. Here's a look at what RTVE is serving on this…
If the dawn of the 21st century brought economic recession to much of Latin America, things today are looking decidedly up. Economies have stabilized, fostering incremental expansion of the regional…
RTVE has a remit to support Spain's local film and TV industries. So you wouldn't expect it to showcase quality Yank fare. Wrong.
Now that the telenovela is well entrenched in the global market, some Latin American webs and production companies are looking to boost overall sales with other formats.