Mex nets pol-sitting

Young, James
March 2009
Variety;3/2/2009, Vol. 414 Issue 3, p28
Trade Publication
The article reports on the debate among Mexico's federal electoral commission (IFE) and the media companies Televisa and TV Azteca SA de CV over political advertising. The networks want to defy a law prohibiting political advertising, and even ran political advertisements during soccer games and the Super Bowl.


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