Mexico President Enrique Pena Nieto presented a legislative package to Congress Monday that could change the face of local TV and the telecommunications industry, including a fast track provision to…
Territory Reports: Industry upheaval is rampant around the globe, but affects individual countries and regions in distinctly different ways.
Billionaire Carlos Slim's long-deferred dream of entering Mexico's TV market is back on ice, following last Friday's ruling that denied his Telmex telco access to the smallscreen promised land once…
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Carlos Slim's telco Telmex has won a key legal battle, expediting an answer to the billionaire's request for entry into Mexico's feevee promised land.
Mexican media mogul Ricardo Salinas-Pliego, owner of No. 2 broadcaster TV Azteca, is launching a triple-play gambit via mobile services subsidiary Grupo Iusacell that recently partnered with TV giant…
Mexico's no. 1 broadcaster Televisa announced late Friday that the world's richest man was pulling his ad dollars, potentially costing the web tens of millions per month.
Spanish-language media heavyweight Televisa gave a further sign of rebounding economy with a first quarter net profit up 15.4% to 1.06 billion pesos ($86.9 million), brought on by heavy feevee…
Brazil's big three telcos are rushing to get into pay TV, once regarded as the ugly duckling of the local TV sector.
The deployment of digital cinema and digital 3-D in Latin America lags far behind that in Europe and North America. The total number of digital screens expected by the end of this year is 229; by the…
Mexican TV giant Televisa appears to be courting Spanish television behemoth Telefonica in a bid to sew up the Mexican triple-play market, edging out dominant telco Telmex.