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  1. Televisa Quarterly Profit Rises Slightly on Content, Ad Sales

    5:47 pm 2/26/2015

    Mexico's top network earned $317 million in royalties from its stateside partner Univision for the full year.Read more

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  2. Norman Lear Plots Latino 'One Day at a Time' Remake

    10:35 am 1/27/2015

    He's in talks with producers Sony Pictures Television and Televisa USA.Read more

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  3. Sony TV Producing 'Donnie Brasco'-Inspired Gangster Series 'El Dandy'

    9:03 pm 1/19/2015

    Univision's Mexican partner Televisa is co-producing.Read more

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  4. Box-Office Smash 'The Perfect Dictatorship' Holds a Mirror to Mexican Frustrations

    10:28 am 12/11/2014

    The film's director claims the political satire about corruption was 'vetoed' by broadcaster Televisa Read more

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  5. Iconic Mexican Actor Chespirito Dies at 85

    3:52 pm 11/28/2014

    Bumblebee Man from 'The Simpsons' is based on a character by the popular TV comedianRead more

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  6. Anne Rice's 'Sleeping Beauty': TV's New 'Fifty Shades of Grey'?

    10:00 am 9/10/2014

    Televisa USA is adapting the book trilogy with 'Dallas Buyers Club's' Rachel WinterRead more

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  7. Mipcom: Sony Pictures Television President Steve Mosko to Give Keynote

    9:28 am 7/10/2014

    Sony has had global TV hits with tiles such as "Breaking Bad" and "The Blacklist."Read more

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  8. Mexico's Televisa Reports Higher Profit on World Cup Ad Sales, Univision Royalties

    4:03 am 7/8/2014

    The TV giant is cashing in big time on futbol fever.Read more

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  9. Televisa USA Acquires Sci-Fi Drama 'Coma' (Exclusive)

    11:34 am 7/7/2014

    Martha Higareda stars and exec produces the drama, which will be shopped to broadcast, cable and digital outlets.Read more

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  10. Univision Meets With CBS, Time Warner Over Potential Sale (Report)

    5:55 pm 6/12/2014

    UPDATED: The Spanish-language broadcaster is said to be seeking more than $20 billion from suitors. Read more

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