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Televisa Televisa is the largest media company in the Spanish-speaking world, followed by TV Azteca, and a major player in the international entertainment business.

Much of its programming airs in the United States on Univision, with which it has an exclusive contract.

Grupo Televisa was founded in 1955 as Telesistema Mexicano.

Website: Televisa

TV Azteca

TV Azteca TV Azteca is the second largest Mexican television network. It was established in 1968 as the state-owned Instituto Mexicano de la Televisión ("Imevisión"), and was privatized under its current name in 1993. Its flagship program is the newscast Hechos.

TV Azteca subsidiaries include the Azteca América network in the United States (co-owned with Pappas Telecasting);, a web portal for North American Spanish speakers; and Unefon, a Mexican mobile telephony operator focused on the mass market.

Website: TV Azteca

Cadena tres

Cadena tres Cadena tres is the commercial name of the Channel 28 that it is transmitted by open sign in the Federal District and Valley of Mexico and that it is property of Group Image.

Also this canal is transmitted for all of the Mexican Republic through several systems of cable television.

Website: Cadena tres

Once TV

Once TV XEIPN-TV is a station of Mexican television belonging to the Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN). It is a government TV station of Mexico, and the government first TV station in Latin America, been founded in 1959.

It transmits directly in the Valley of Mexico (Federal District and part of the State of Mexico) through XEIPN-TV Channel 11, and by means of systems of pay television to the whole country. Its sign is also received in the United States by means of systems of television by satellite.

Website: Once TV

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