Variety - A booming subscriber base, more channels and a film industry that is growing in depth and quality are conspiring to turn up the heat on regional pay TV sales for Latin American pics at this year's Guadalajara Film Market.
Sentido Comun - Representatives of those opposed to the construction of the Piedra Larga wind farm began negotiations with Spanish firm Renovalia Energy to resolve what opponents considered violations of land rights in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
Dow Jones - Shares in Mexican home-building companies were tumbling Tuesday after Urbi Desarrollos Urbanos warned that it will report negative free cash flow for the fourth quarter and 2011 due to delays in the receipt of government subsidies.
San Antonio Business Journal - The North American Development Bank and Border Environment Cooperation Commission have cleared a $52 million, 54-megawatt wind energy farm on communal land near Reynosa for certification and financing.
Latin American Herald Tribune - Mexico’s wind power sector is playing an expanding role in the global development of that renewable energy source, having just achieved the milestone of 1,000 megawatts of installed generating capacity.
Latin Business Chronicle - Amenities, convenience and comfort are some of the factors for Mexico City ranking among Latin America’s best airports in a survey of business travelers by Latin Trade magazine.
Centre for Aviation - Mexico City International Airport’s Director General Hector Velazquez said that it is necessary to construct a second airport in Mexico City as current operations at the existing one are "saturated".
Grupo Formula - Fernando Perfecto, secretary general of the Association of Airline Pilots Association, said that Med Atlántica has provided data and proof of funds and that Mexicana Airlines planes will return to the skies in mid-March.
Reuters - An ambitious private project to unlock wireless access across Mexico appears to be stuck in a stalemate with developer MVS Comunicaciones and the government unable to agree on terms.
Dow Jones - Mexico's antitrust commission has rejected a proposed partnership between mobile-phone operator Grupo Iusacell and the country's biggest broadcast and media company, Grupo Televisa, a person close to the transaction said Wednesday.