A Mexican regulatory body has cleared the way for the world's largest Spanish-language TV producer Televisa to purchase a 49% stake in the nation's No. 2 cabler, Cablemas.
Multinational shingle Taffy Entertainment announced Tuesday that Mexico's top broadcaster Televisa has purchased free TV rights on two of its children's programs, "Growing Up Creepie" and superhero…
Spanish-language web Azteca America will bow a singing-with-the-stars reality show with a karaoke twist Sunday. "Te la sabes? Cántala con famosos" (Know This One? Sing It With the Stars), hosted by…
Mexico's Federal Elections Board fined TV Azteca, the nation's No. 2 broadcaster, more than $500,000 on Friday for breaking the ban on broadcasting ads paid for by political parties.
Mexico's Federal Elections Board (IFE) will decide Friday whether to fine TV Azteca, the nation's No. 2 broadcaster, nearly $495,000 for breaking rules passed last fall banning TV ads paid for by…
Mexico's top broadcaster Televisa reported a gain of $126 million in net sales and 47.7% jump in majority interest profit in the first quarter of 2008 Thursday, driven by its consistent TV sales and…
Mexican conglom TV Azteca unveiled its 24-hour telenovela satcaster channel at cabler convention Canitec, which ended April 25 in Mexico City.
Mexico's No. 2 broadcaster TV Azteca posted a year-on-year net loss of 625 million pesos ($59 million) in the first quarter of 2008 as higher taxes and changes in Mexico's financial reporting…
NBC Universal's Spanish-language web Telemundo gets its first crack at the Mexican market today when three of its hit shows bow on a web owned by Mexican conglom Televisa.
Mexico's TV Azteca is taking drama "Alma Legal" (Legal Love) to the Mip TV mart in Cannes, which starts on Monday, via the web's international sales arm Comarex.