TV Azteca to buy stake in La Red

Sutter, Mary
December 1997
Variety;12/08/97, Vol. 369 Issue 5, p45
Trade Publication
Reports that Mexico-based TV Azteca plans to purchase a majority stake in a television network in Chile called, La Red.


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