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At-a-Glance

Televisa is a leading media company in the Spanish-speaking world, an important cable operator in Mexico and a leading direct-to-home satellite pay-television system in Mexico.

Company Segments

(Data as of FY 2015)

Segment Net Sales

Segment Net Sales
  • 38% CONTENT
    • 25%Advertising
    •   4%Network Subscription Revenue
    •   9%Licensing and Syndication
  •  32%Cable
  •  21%SKY
  •   9%Other Businesses

Operating Segment Income

Operating Segment Revenue
  • 41%Content
  • 25%Sky
  • 32%Cable
  •   2%Other Businesses
Content

89,000hours of CONTENT FOR FREE-TO-AIR AND PAY-TV

Sky

7.3 MSUBSCRIBER BASE as of December 31, 2015

Cable

110,000+kilometers of Fiber and coaxial cable

Other

DIVERSIFICATION OF OUR REVENUE BASE

Content

In 2015, Televisa produced more than 89,000 hours of content for free-to-air and pay-TV.

CONTRIBUTION TO SALES38.1%

CONTRIBUTION TO OSI*40.8%

Advertising Televisa operates four broadcast channels—2, 4, 5, and 9— in Mexico City and complements its geographic coverage through affiliated stations throughout the country. Televisa also sells advertising on its pay-TV networks and online properties.

CONTRIBUTION TO SALES25.5%

Network Subscription Revenue Televisa produces and distributes 26 pay-TV brands and approximately 50 feeds. In the United States, the Company distributes its pay-TV channels through Univision. In 2015, Televisa produced approximately 25,000 hours of content for pay-TV networks.

CONTRIBUTION TO SALES4.0%

PAY-TV SUBSCRIBERS44+ M

Licensing & Syndication Televisa exports its programs and formats to television networks around the world. In the United States, Televisa distributes its content through Univision under a Programming License Agreement (“PLA”). This year, the PLA—which was amended in 2015 and, upon a potential IPO by Univision, would extend to at least 2030—resulted in royalties to Televisa of U.S.$311.1 million. The royalty rate is set to increase from the current 11.84 percent on much of Univision’s audiovisual revenues to 16.13 percent in January 2018.

* Operating segment income (OSI) is defined as operating income before corporate expenses, depreciation, and amortization, and other expense, net. For a reconciliation of total operating segment income with consolidated operating income, see Note 25 to our year-end consolidated financial statements. As of December 31, 2015

CONTRIBUTION TO SALES8.6%

APPROXIMATE REACH70+ countries worldwide

SKY

Televisa owns a 58.7 percent interest in Sky, a leading direct-to-home satellite television system.

CONTRIBUTION TO SALES21.3%

CONTRIBUTION TO OSI*25.1%

Subscribers In 2015, Sky added more than 640,000 subscribers.

New subscribers in 2015646,000

Reach Sky operates in Mexico, Central America and the Dominican Republic.

Global Reach map

* Operating segment income (OSI) is defined as operating income before corporate expenses, depreciation, and amortization, and other expense, net. For a reconciliation of total operating segment income with consolidated operating income, see Note 25 to our year-end consolidated financial statements.As of December 31, 2015

MEXICOMEXICO

CENTROAMÉRICACENTROAMÉRICA

REPÚBLICA DOMINICANAREPÚBLICA DOMINICANA

Cable

Through seven operations in Mexico, Televisa is an important player in the country’s Cable industry. Televisa’s network consists of more than 77,000 kilometers of coaxial cable and more than 31,000 kilometers of fiber optic. Televisa operates through two business divisions:

CONTRIBUTION TO SALES31.6%

CONTRIBUTION TO OSI*32%

Multiple System Operators (“MSO”) The Multiple System Operators (“MSO”) division which offers video, high-speed data, and voice services to residential and commercial customers, including small- and medium-sized businesses and hotels. The MSOs footprint provides Televisa with the ability to leverage an extended network across our coverage areas, including cities such as Mexico City, Monterrey, Tijuana, Zapopan, Querétaro, Cancún, Mérida, Mexicali, and San Luis Potosí, among others.

RGU's**

VIDEOOver 4 million

BROADBANDOver 3 million

VOICEOver 1.8 million

Enterprise Division The Enterprise division which provides telecommunications services, including voice, data, and managed services, to domestic and international carriers and to enterprise, corporate, and government customers in Mexico and the United States.

* Operating segment income (OSI) is defined as operating income before corporate expenses, depreciation, and amortization, and other expense, net. For a reconciliation of total operating segment income with consolidated operating income, see Note 25 to our year-end consolidated financial statements.As of December 31, 2015** Includes Cablevisión, Cablemás, Cablecom, Telecable, and TVI

Other Businesses

Televisa’s Other Businesses segment includes publishing, gaming, radio, soccer, feature-film distribution, and publishing distribution businesses.

CONTRIBUTION TO SALES9.0%

CONTRIBUTION TO OSI*2.1%

Publishing The leading Spanish-language magazine publisher; published 151 titles in 2015.

Titles published in 2015151

Gaming Televisa owns casino sites and an online lottery business.

Casino sites owned17across the country

Soccer A first division soccer team of the Mexican league and owner of Mexico’s Azteca stadium.

Owner of Club America

Radio Network of owned radio stations, complemented by affiliated radio stations owned by third parties.

99Radio stations

Feature-Film Distribution Distributes movies in Mexico and Latin America.

Feature-Films in 201520

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Unconsolidated businesses

Univision Televisa holds a 10 percent direct economic interest in Univision, the leading Spanish-language media company in the United States and the number five network regardless of language. Upon the exercise of the warrants held, Televisa will hold approximately 36% of the equity capital of Univision on a fully-diluted, as-converted basis.

SHARE OF EQUITY ON A FULLY-DILUTED, AS CONVERTED BASIS 36%

Ocesa Entretenimiento 40 percent equity interest in a live entertainment company in Mexico, Central America and Colombia. Organized nearly 2,727 events in Mexico, Central America and Colombia in 2015. Most successful 2015 show: The Lion King, The Broadway Musical.

* Operating segment income (OSI) is defined as operating income before corporate expenses, depreciation, and amortization, and other expense, net. For a reconciliation of total operating segment income with consolidated operating income, see Note 25 to our year-end consolidated financial statements.As of December 31, 2015

Events in 20152,727

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