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History

2012

  • Televisa converts the debentures issued by GSF Telecom Holdings and now holds 50% equity Stake in Grupo Iusacell. (Press Release)

2011

  • Televisa invests US$37.5 in equity and US$1,565 million in convertible debt of Iusacell for an equity participation of Televisa in Iusacell equivalent to 50%, upon conversion of the debt. (Press Release)

  • Televisa increases stake in Cablemas to 100%, at a total value of approximately Ps.4,700 million. (Press Release)
  • Televisa subscribes merger agreement between Antena 3 and La Sexta (Press Release)

2010

  • The world's leading Spanish-language media companies - Univision Communications Inc. and Grupo Televisa, S.A.B. - announced an agreement in which Televisa will make a substantial investment in Univision and the long-term Program License Agreement (PLA) between the two companies will be expanded and extended. As a result, Televisa and Univision will enhance their respective business potential and value creation opportunities.(Press Release)
  • Televisa Networks enhances portfolio offer launching a news pay-TV channel: Foro TV.

2009

  • Televisa converts its long-term notes into 99.99% of the equity of Alvafig, which holds 49% of the voting equity of Cablemás, the second-largest cable company in Mexico based on number of subscribers and homes passed.
  • Televisa Networks and Televisa Deportes offer a new option in pay-TV initially in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean: Televisa Deportes Network (TDN). A new sports specialized pay-TV channel that offers 24-hour-a-day programming 365 days a year.
  • Sky continues to expand through out Central America and the Dominican Republic launching operations in El Salvador and Honduras.

2008

  • Televisa converts its long-term notes into 99.99% of the equity of Alvafig, which holds 49% of the voting equity of Cablemás, the second-largest cable company in Mexico based on number of subscribers and homes passed. (Press Release)
  • Televisa and NBC Universal's Telemundo, a U.S.-based producer of innovative Spanish-language content for Hispanics in the United States and around the world, enter into a strategic alliance agreement to distribute Telemundo content in Mexico across multiple platforms including broadcast TV, pay-TV and emerging digital platforms. (Press Release)
  • Sky continues to expand through out Central America and the Dominican Republic launching operations in Nicaragua, Panamá and Guatemala.
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