IFC Entertainment and Spanish Broadcasting System (SBS) announced a broad marketing partnership between IFC Films and Mega Films (the film division of SBS) for the release of FALLING AWAKE in January 2010.

Cinelatino celebrates its sixteenth anniversary on-air. Founded in 1993 by MVS Communications in Mexico City, Cinelatino launched in the United States in 1999 and now has nearly four million subscribers throughout the country, as well as more than three million in Mexico and Latin America.

Los Simuladores (The Pretenders), the television series produced by Sony Pictures Television (SPT), will premiere in the United States on November 15 exclusively on the nation's leading Spanish-language movie channel, Cinelatino.

Avail-TVN announced a long-term, industry-wide video-on-demand services deal with VeneMovies, a SOMOSTV 24 hour, commercial free channel that serves the U.S. Hispanic market with top quality Spanish-language content.

Veranda Entertainment announced the distribution of the Peliculas Rodriguez and Cinematografica Rodriguez film catalogs for television in the U.S. This will be the first time that the films are available for television in the U.S for over a decade.

The U.S. Census Bureau announced that an independent panel of five distinguished marketing and communications scholars unanimously agreed that both industry and academic best practices were used to develop the paid media portion of the 2010 Census Integrated Communications Campaign.

The educational and historical coffee table book on 100 years of Latinos in Hollywood films, which has been featured on a number of television and radio programs, HOLLYWOOD - Se Habla Español has been awarded 2nd Place prize for Best Gift Book at the International Latino Book Festival held at the

Cinelatino announced that it has finalized first-time deals with Twentieth Century Fox and Universal Studios and signed a new deal with Lionsgate.

Cinelatino announced that it has entered into a partnership with Argos Comunicacion.

Los Angeles based Maya Entertainment has joined forces with home entertainment mega brand BLOCKBUSTER to present groundbreaking Latin Cinema from acclaimed filmmakers and star talent in major US markets.

The multi-city Hola Mexico Film Festival USA '09 and Cinelatino announced the winner of the Cinelatino Audience Choice Award following the conclusion of the second edition of the Hola Mexico Film Festival in the United States.

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The New York International Latino Film Festival (NYILFF) celebrates its 10th Anniversary as the premier Latino film festival in the country, unspooling in New York City from Monday, July 27 to Sunday, August 2, 2009.

Cinelatino has launched a broadband Web site that offers film lovers a one-stop news and entertainment destination covering the world of Spanish-language
film.

Spanish Broadcasting System (SBS) announced that Mega Films, the SBS Film Division that brought the hit Mega TV Series Gabriel, Amor Inmortal to Latino audiences nationwide on Mega TV and DirecTV, is releasing its first English language film, Falling Awake.

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