TELEVISA, AZTECA Duopoly Tested
- Taking on Mexico's b'cast titans. Hecht, John // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;4/12/2005, Vol. 388 Issue 34, p10
The article informs about the overhauling of the Mexico's outdated broadcasting law. Two companies, networks Televisa and TV Azteca, dominate the airwaves and control production. The article informs that Mexico's broadcasting law has undergone no major changes in 45 years. Sen. Javier Corral,...
- The new TV Azteca. Paxman, Andrew // Business Mexico;Nov1993, Vol. 3 Issue 11, p39
Focuses on the competition between Televisa and TV Azteca television companies. Programming and advertising strategies; Investors' view on the competition between the two companies.
- Mexican satellite bids. Katz, Michael // Broadcasting & Cable;10/06/97, Vol. 127 Issue 41, p63
Reports that rival Mexican broadcasting companies Televisa and TV Azteca have linked with Mexican Multivision to bid for state-owned satellite system and agency, SatMex.
- As fortunes reverse, Televisa betters Azteca. Paxman, Andrew // Variety;08/16/99, Vol. 375 Issue 13, p26
Presents information on the financial results of Mexican television (TV) stations, Televisa and TV Azteca for the second quarter of 1999. Cash-flow margin; Cost-cutting efforts.
- Learning to cope. Lara, Martin // Business Mexico;
Reports on the decline in television advertising on Mexico's television companies TV Azteca SA and Televisa. Effects of the slowdown of the United States economy; Drop in the two companies' share price; Alternative stocks for investors to buy.
- Media. Lee, Morgan // Business Mexico;2003 Special Edition, Vol. 12/13 Issue 12/1, p38
Discusses competition between Mexico's media companies Grupo Televisa and TV Azteca. Sector's margins on the stock market; Liabilities shared by Televisa and Azteca; Televisa's move to buy into a joint live entertainment venture with Corporacion Interamericana de Entretenimiento (CIE).
- Pay TV wars get ugly in Mexico tent. Sutter, Mary // Variety;03/30/98, Vol. 370 Issue 7, pM28
Provides information on the experimental digital television (DTV) services launched by Televisa and TV Azteca in Mexico. Expected outcome of the experiment; Main focus of the two TV stations; Reports from other stations.
- Kid stuff. // Business Mexico;Feb1999, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p12
Reports that the TV Azteca company has beat rival Televisa in gaining the exclusive rights to show Disney television programs in Mexico. Televisa's contract to show the `Teletubbies' series; Contract with British television companies.
- Mexican standoff. Darling, Juanita // Adweek Western Edition;7/18/94, Vol. 44 Issue 29, p38
Reports on the television broadcasting industry in Mexico. Television Azteca's challenge for the broadcasting giant Televisa; Other issues confronting Televisa; Televisa's company profile.