Mexican TV fumbles U.S. football rights

Bensinger, Ken
September 2003
Daily Variety;9/15/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 51, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on the hold on the airing of the National Football League (NFL) season in Mexico. Inability of the two largest broadcasters Grupo Televisa and TV Azteca to come up with an agreement with the NFL; Reason for the disagreement between two broadcasters; Condition of Televisa.


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