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Grupo Televisa, S.A.B. is a media company, cable operator in Mexico and an operator of a direct-to-home (DTH) satellite pay television system in Mexico. The Company operates through four segments: Content, Sky, Cable and Other Businesses. The Content segment includes Advertising, Network Subscription, and Licensing and Syndication. The Sky segment includes DTH broadcast satellite pay television services in Mexico, Central America and the Dominican Republic. The Cable segment includes the operation of a cable multiple system in the Mexico City metropolitan area; the operation of telecommunication, and the operation of a cable multiple system. The Other Businesses segment includes its domestic operations in sports and show business promotion, soccer, feature film production and distribution, gaming, radio, publishing and publishing distribution. The Company distributes the content it produces through various broadcast channels in Mexico and in approximately 50 other countries.
Broadcasting & Cable TV
AV. VASCO DE QUIROGA No. 2000, Santa Fe
Emilio Fernando Azcarraga Jean
Executive Chairman of the Board
Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega
Co-Chief Executive Officer, Director
Bernardo Gomez Martinez
Co-Chief Executive Officer, Director
Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero
Chief Executive Officer of Grupo Televisa’s Cable Division, Director
Executive President of Televisa Foundation
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Shares in Grupo Televisa and TV Azteca surged on Tuesday after the Mexican companies inked a deal to broadcast home-schooling classes during the next academic year while schools remain closed because of the coronavirus epidemic.
Shares in Mexican broadcasters Grupo Televisa and TV Azteca surged on Tuesday after the firms inked a deal to broadcast home-schooling classes in the next academic year while schools remain closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mexican students will be educated in the next academic year through a home-learning program broadcast by major networks such as TV Azteca until a drop in coronavirus infections allows for schools to be reopened, the government said on Monday.
Mexican schools will not reopen when the academic year begins on August 24 in order to safeguard the health of students and teachers because cases of coronavirus are still too high, education minister Esteban Moctezuma said on Monday.
The White House CEO dinner on Wednesday evening with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and his delegation had some notable absences among corporate invitees - one because of a positive coronavirus test.
The White House CEO dinner on Wednesday evening with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador will have some notable absences among corporate invitees - one because of a positive coronavirus test.
Grupo Televisa , Mexico's largest broadcaster, on Tuesday reported strong gains in net profit due to reduced costs, although advertising sales dipped sharply amid the economic upheaval of the coronavirus pandemic.
Grupo Televisa , Mexico's largest broadcaster, reported on Tuesday a second-quarter net profit of 1.74 billion pesos ($75.77 million), nearly double its net profit of 919.1 million pesos the same period last year.
Mexican broadcaster Televisa has concluded the sale of its 50% stake in Mexican radio network Sistema Radiopolis for 1.248 billion pesos ($55.57 million), it said on Thursday.
Mexican broadcaster Televisa said on Sunday it will start offering mobile phone service, a bid to challenge billionaire Carlos Slim's America Movil, which has long dominated the country's telecommunications market.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday:
Grupo Televisa on Tuesday said it would consider its legal options after talks with U.S. firm Live Nation Entertainment failed to reach an accord over the latter's decision to pull out of a deal with the Mexican broadcaster.
Grupo Televisa said on Tuesday it would consider its legal options after talks with U.S. firm Live Nation Entertainment failed to reach an accord over the latter's decision to pull out of a deal with the Mexican broadcaster.
Some of the top creative minds at Mexican broadcaster Televisa are puzzling over an unexpected challenge: crafting their signature soap operas without a single love scene, or even a tender kiss.
Mexican broadcaster Televisa on Tuesday outlined plans to scrap its 2020 dividend as part of "aggressive" cost-cutting measures aimed at steeling itself for the economic blow of the coronavirus.
Mexican broadcaster Televisa expects federal government advertising to fall substantially, "maybe even to zero," amid the economic fallout from the coronavirus, Co-Chief Executive Alfonso de Angoitia said during an earnings call on Tuesday.
The board of Grupo Televisa, Mexico's largest broadcaster, has decided to propose cancelling its 2020 dividend at the shareholders' meeting, the group's co-chief executive Alfonso de Angoitia said on Tuesday. (Reporting by Drazen Jorgic Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)
Grupo Televisa , Mexico's largest broadcaster, has implemented an "aggressive" cost reduction plan that includes a freeze in new hires and salary increases, the group's co-chief executive Alfonso de Angoitia said on Tuesday.
Grupo Televisa , Mexico's largest broadcaster, reported on Monday a first-quarter net loss of 9.65 billion pesos ($405.6 million), which the company attributed to the depreciation of the Mexican peso.
Grupo Televisa (TLEVISACPO.MX), Mexico’s largest broadcaster, reported on Monday a first-quarter net loss of 9.65 billion pesos ($405.6 million), versus a net profit of 542 million pesos the same period last year.
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