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Grupo Televisa SAB (TLVACPO.MX)

TLVACPO.MX on Mexico Stock Exchange

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20 Apr 2018
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Fri, Mar 23 2018

UPDATE 1-Mexico regulator decides in Televisa's favor on pay TV issue

MEXICO CITY, March 23 Mexico's telecommunications regulator said on Friday that it does not have evidence to find that broadcaster Grupo Televisa has market power in pay TV, reversing an earlier decision and sparing the company from additional regulatory measures.

Mexico regulator decides in Televisa's favor on pay TV question -company

MEXICO CITY, March 23 Mexican broadcaster Televisa said on Friday that the country's telecommunications regulator has reversed an earlier decision and determined that it lacks evidence to find that the company has "substantial power" in the market for pay TV.

Mexico's Televisa says agreed to sell stake in shopping channel

MEXICO CITY, March 13 Mexico's Grupo Televisa said on Tuesday it had sold its 50 percent stake in shopping channel Televisa CJ Grand, as new management sells off non-core parts of the company.

Mexico's Televisa hires new executive as part of content overhaul             

MEXICO CITY, March 5 Televisa, Mexico's largest broadcaster, has hired a new executive to lead content production as part of an ongoing effort to overhaul its programs and series, the company said on Monday.

Mexico's Televisa to create content for Amazon Prime

MEXICO CITY Mexican broadcaster Televisa said on Thursday that it plans to start producing original content to be distributed on Amazon.com Inc's platform, underscoring streaming services' increasing efforts to woo Latin American audiences.

UPDATE 3-Mexico's Televisa to create content for Amazon Prime

MEXICO CITY, Feb 22 Mexican broadcaster Televisa said on Thursday that it plans to start producing original content to be distributed on Amazon.com Inc's platform, underscoring streaming services' increasing efforts to woo Latin American audiences.

Mexico's Televisa to partner with Amazon on content for video

MEXICO CITY, Feb 22 Mexican broadcaster Televisa announced on Thursday that it would partner with Amazon to distribute original content on the e-commerce giant's video streaming platform. (Reporting by Julia Love Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)

Mexico's Televisa says studying whether to keep divisions together

MEXICO CITY Mexican broadcaster Televisa said on Wednesday that it was considering whether to keep the company intact or to spin off some divisions, as it tries to adapt to a changing media market and shore up advertising.

UPDATE 1-Mexico's Televisa says studying whether to keep divisions together

MEXICO CITY, Feb 21 Mexican broadcaster Televisa said on Wednesday that it was considering whether to keep the company intact or to spin off some divisions, as it tries to adapt to a changing media market and shore up advertising.

Mexico's Televisa says studying whether to keep divisions together

MEXICO CITY, Feb 21 The co-chief executive of Mexican broadcaster and pay TV provider Televisa said on Wednesday that it was studying whether it should keep all divisions in the same company.

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