Televisa (Mexico)


Spanish-language media and content company Univision Communications Inc

Two of the biggest content producers and sports rights-holders in Spanish-language media are coming together as Grupo Televisa and Univision Holdings Inc. are merging in a $4.8bn (€4.0

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…

Mexican broadcaster Televisa Deportes will show Mexican football team Juarez FC matches in the 2019 Liga MX season, the top-tier of Mexican club football

Hispanic media company Univision Communications has said it will rebrand its US pay-television broadcaster Univision Deportes as ‘TUDN’. T

Mexican top-tier football club Chivas Guadalajara has come to an inventive arrangement with media group Televisa, avoiding a costly lawsuit prepared by the latter

Shareholders of Televisa have launched legal action against the Mexican media company after claiming they have lost “hundreds of millions of dollars” after the business allegedly paid bribes to secure Fif…

The Ultimate Fighting Championship has begun a complete overhaul of its media rights in Latin America and Mexico, exiting its joint venture with Televisa in favour of a more traditional deal with former partner Fox Sports.

Mexican club Chivas Guadalajara has returned to media group Televisa less than a year after choosing to go it alone with in-house OTT platform Chivas TV.

North America’s Major League Baseball has confirmed renewals of a swathe of rights deals for the new 2016 season.

Broadcasters in Mexico, France and Italy have acquired rights for the world welterweight title boxing clash between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, which is scheduled to take place this Saturday night in Las Vegas, US.

Mexico’s telecommunications regulator, the Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (IFT), is considering forcing Televisa and América Movil to share programming covered by existing ‘exclusive’ rights deals after blocking the media companies from striking such agreements in the future.

Mexico could finally be opened up to competition after regulatory intervention

Televisa and América Movil will be prohibited from acquiring exclusive media rights for certain sporting events by the Mexican government’s Federal Telecommunications Institute, which has also ordered the media companies to share their infrastructure with competitors.

América Móvil enjoys Olympic benefits but the big prize will come in 2016

Fox and ESPN explain why having the Olympic Games non-exclusively makes sense in Latin America

Televisa Networks, a subsidiary of Mexican media group Grupo Televisa, has acquired media rights to the European Handball Federation’s European Championship national team competition in all Spanish-speaking Latin American countries.