Mexico

The Lauman Group, the parent of Mexican telco Comtelsat, has stepped forward as the latest party to express its interest in acquiring the Mexican arm of pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports

The Walt Disney Company is being sued by Mexican Liga MX club Santos Laguna over allegations of contractual violation as a by-product of Disney’s 21st Century Fox acquisition in 2019.

The Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT), Mexico’s telecoms regulator, has set a March 2021 deadline for Disney’s long-anticipated divestment of its Fox Sports business in the country.

Sports data and technology company Genius Sports Group has agreed a long-term deal with Mexico's Liga MX encompassing exclusive live data, streaming and integrity rights

Media group Disney has been handed another two-month extension to sell the Mexican arm of Fox Sports by Mexico’s Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT).

Subscription TV network Sky Mexico has agreed a two-year deal to become the home of the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga in Mexico and Central America ahead of the 2020-21 season

Production and media rights agency Mediapro will handle the production of all matches from the 2020-21 season of baseball’s Mexican Pacific League (LMP), with pay-television broadcaster Sky Mexico to a…
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Spanish-language sports broadcaster Telemundo Deportes has secured exclusive rights in the United States to the home games of Liga MX giants CD Guadalajara (Chivas).

Mexico’s telecoms regulator, the Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT), has handed Disney and 21st Century Fox a three-month extension to divest the Fox Sports channels in Mexico.

The Liga de Ascenso, Mexico’s second tier of domestic football, is weighing up whether to expand to add eight teams to the league and centralise the sale of its media rights.

Mexican commercial broadcaster TV Azteca and pay-television operator Televisa have announced that they will provide coverage of this year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Mexican Liga MX football team Club Deportivo Guadalajara (Chivas) has agreed rights deals with commercial broadcasters TV Azteca, Televisa and Multimedios for its 2020 Clausura campaign, but has reportedly…

The homes matches of Liga MX team Querétaro will continue to be shown free-to-air on Mexico’s Imagen Televisión network, despite the ongoing sale of the club from the family of businessman Olegario Váz…

The Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT), Mexico’s antitrust regulator, has agreed to hand Disney and Fox Sports a six-month extension to sell its sports assets in Mexico.

Sky Mexico, the pay-TV broadcaster, has acquired rights to England’s Women’s Super League in a three-year deal.

The organisers of the Mexico City Marathon have admitted that they still may not be able to charge for broadcast rights despite the race being awarded IAAF Gold Label status last year
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Hispanic media company Univision Communications' rebranding of its sports operations to TUDN is an attempt to make its presence in the United States and Mexico greater than the sum of its parts, its president…