Grupo Televisa SAB (TLEVISAB.MX)
4 Oct 2004
MEXICO CITY, April 27 Shares in Mexican broadcaster Grupo Televisa slid more than 7 percent on Thursday before paring losses after it reported a drop in first-quarter advertising sales, dragging on Mexico's stock index.
MEXICO CITY, April 27 Shares in Mexican broadcaster Televisa dropped more than 4 percent on Thursday after it posted its first-quarter results that showed weak sales despite a 125-percent year-on-year rise in net profit.
MEXICO CITY, April 26 Mexican broadcaster Grupo Televisa's first-quarter profit jumped on Wednesday, rising 125 percent compared with the same quarter last year, largely thanks to currency fluctuations.
MEXICO CITY, April 26 Mexican broadcaster Grupo Televisa on Wednesday reported a first-quarter profit of 1.35 billion pesos ($72.1 million), up 125 percent compared with the same period last year.
MEXICO CITY, April 20 Mexican broadcaster Televisa said on Thursday it had signed a deal with Spanish telecoms giant Telefonica that would give the mobile operator's customers cheaper access to the broadcaster's content carried on its digital platform Blim.
MEXICO CITY, March 9 Broadcaster Grupo Televisa said on Thursday that Mexico's telecommunications watchdog had imposed new regulations on it in the broadcasting sector, including increased accounting transparency.
MEXICO CITY, March 9 Broadcaster Grupo Televisa said on Thursday that Mexico's telecommunications watchdog had added new regulations against it in the broadcasting sector, including accounting separation of its different units.
MEXICO CITY, March 2 Mexico's Grupo Televisa said on Thursday that Mexico's telecommunications regulator has declared that the media and entertainment company and its units have substantial market power in pay television, which could lead to tougher regulation.
MEXICO CITY, Feb 28 Shares of Mexico's Grupo Televisa slipped on Tuesday following reports the broadcaster had been declared to have market power in pay television by the telecoms regulator, paving the way for tougher rules against it.
NEW YORK Shares of Mexican media company Grupo Televisa SAB could surge 20 percent in a year to $30 or more, according to Barron's.