|Bid||0.00 x 2200|
|Ask||5.39 x 4000|
|Day's range||5.32 - 5.60|
|52-week range||4.65 - 12.61|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.70|
|PE ratio (TTM)||9.68|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-dividend date||29 May 2019|
|1y target est||8.90|
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Mexican broadcaster giant, Televisa, deploys MVNO offerings in a bid to promote healthy competition in the Mexican telco market, which has long been dominated by Latin tech giant, America Movil (AMX).
Mexican broadcaster Televisa said on Sunday it will start offering mobile phone service, a bid to challenge billionaire Carlos Slim's America Movil, which has long dominated the country's telecommunications market. Rather than building infrastructure, Televisa <TLVACPO.MX> will operate as a mobile virtual network operator, or MVNO, and begin by offering service to existing customers of its cable and home internet packages, sold under its Izzi brand. Televisa originally planned to roll out the service in September, Izzi Chief Executive Salvi Folch said in an interview.
Grupo Televisa said on Tuesday it would consider its legal options after talks with U.S. firm Live Nation Entertainment failed to reach an accord over the latter's decision to pull out of a deal with the Mexican broadcaster. Last July, Televisa said it had agreed to sell its stake in Mexican entertainment firm Ocesa to Live Nation for around $290 million as part of the U.S. company's acquisition of 51% of Ocesa. Televisa held 40% of Ocesa and Mexican entertainment firm Corporacion Interamericana de Entretenimiento (CIE) around 11%.
Some of the top creative minds at Mexican broadcaster Televisa are puzzling over an unexpected challenge: crafting their signature soap operas without a single love scene, or even a tender kiss. As cases of coronavirus mounted in Mexico, producers were forced to scratch physical contact from their typically steamy telenovelas. “We follow the motto: The show must go on,” said producer Lucero Suarez, who halted production of her hit "Te Doy La Vida" ("I Give You Life") in March.
With me either present here at our offices or remotely are the heads of our three key business segments; Salvi Folch, CEO of Cable; Alex Penna, CEO of Sky; Patricio Wills, Chair of Televisa Studios; and Carlos Ferreiro, Antonio Lara, Corporate Vice Presidents of Finance and Administration, respectively. Let me start with the obvious.
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The New York Times Company (NYT) has been keeping pace with the changing times by utilizing technological advancements to reach their target audience more effectively.
The New York Times Company (NYT) has been diversifying business, adding new revenue streams, realigning cost structure and streamlining operations to increase efficiencies.
Shares of Mexican broadcaster Televisa <TLEVISACPO.MX> soared on Friday morning after the company's executives expressed frustration with the low share price and said they would explore stepping up buybacks. Shares of Televisa, the world's largest producer of Spanish-language video content, were trading up more than 8% on Friday morning. During a call with analysts to discuss the company's third-quarter results, Alfonso de Angoitia, Televisa's co-chief executive, said the company was disappointed it could not buy back more shares during the quarter but would be more active going forward.