Grupo Televisa, S.A.B., is the largest media company in the Spanish-speaking world based on its market capitalization and a major participant in the international entertainment business. It has interests in television production and broadcasting, production of pay-television networks, international distribution of television programming, direct-to-home satellite services, cable television and telecommunication services, magazine publishing and distribution, radio production and broadcasting, professional sports and live entertainment, feature-film production and distribution, the operation of a horizontal internet portal, and gaming.
Type
Private
HQ
Santa Fe, MX
Founded
1930
Size (employees)
10,875 (est)
Televisa was founded in 1930 and is headquartered in Santa Fe, MX
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Key People/Management at Televisa

Emilio Azcarraga

Emilio Azcarraga

President, CEO, and Chairman of the Board of Directors
Emilio Azcarraga

Emilio Azcarraga

President
Bernardo Gómez

Bernardo Gómez

EVP
Alfonso de Angoitia

Alfonso de Angoitia

Executive Vice President and Chairman of the Finance Committee
Bernardo Gómez

Bernardo Gómez

EVP
Alfonso de Angoitia

Alfonso de Angoitia

EVP and Chairman of the Finance Committee
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Televisa Office Locations

Televisa has an office in Santa Fe
Santa Fe, MX (HQ)
Vasco de Quiroga 2000
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Televisa Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

1930
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Televisa Online and Social Media Presence

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Televisa News and Updates

Mexican TV network Televisa denies bribery allegations

Mexican station Televisa hit back at a lawsuit filed in New York against the world's biggest Spanish-language network alleging it paid "millions of dollars" in bribes to secure World Cup hosting rights. Televisa Group told AFP that the "accusations have no legal basis" and "contain important factual…

101 People Survive Mexico Airline Crash

Eight People Dead in Aeromexico Airplane Crash, Televisa Says

UPDATE 1-Mexico's Televisa says still considering spinning off units

Mexican broadcaster Televisa may need five more months to come to a decision about whether to spin off some divisions or keep the company intact.

Mexico's Televisa says still studying whether to spin off units

Mexican broadcaster and Spanish-language content producer Grupo Televisa said on Tuesday that it was still considering whether to spin off parts of the company and would finish its review this year.

UPDATE 1-Mexican broadcaster Televisa triples profit in 2nd qtr

Mexican broadcaster Televisa's quarterly profit tripled, as the company sold off a valuable stake in a Spanish media firm and basked in a World Cup glow, the company reported on Monday.

Mexican broadcaster Televisa's second-qtr profit soars

Mexican broadcaster Televisa on Monday reported a net profit of 4.297 billion pesos ($216.22 million) in the second quarter, about three times its profits from the same period a year earlier.
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Televisa Company Life and Culture

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