However, that year a rival group, Imevision now TV Azteca took control over the federation with Francisco Ibarra as the acting President and Emilio Maurer as Secretary, both of whom started a series of changes concerning mainly to the administration of a poll of money earned in sponsorships of the National Soccer Team; this fight resulted in a prosecution through several TV channels owned by the network resulting in Ibarra and Maurer being expelled from the Federation, even Maurer being incarcerated. Rumours of then President of Mexico Carlos Salinas de Gortari being involved in this prosecution began to circulate, however this was never confirmed.
In , the approval of a series of laws that would enable the Federal Institute of Elections IFE to buy in exclusive airtime for political campaigns on TV networks, radio and newspapers for all political parties, that would undermine the economical revenue of Televisa and TV Azteca in marketing political candidates to public election posts, led to the virtual "disappearance" in news shows and other programming of Televisa network along with TV Azteca as a retaliation to Santiago Creel Miranda and others lawmakers senadores of all political parties involved in the approval of these laws.
In , Televisa along with competitor TV Azteca began airing a series of reports in their news shows in which they claimed that businessman Isaac Saba Raffoul held a monopoly in the field of pharmaceuticals distribution along the country with their enterprise Grupo Saba, those affirmations occurred as a consequence of the business partnership between Isaac Saba Raffoul and General Electric to become the third national television network.
This partnership, in the potential case of becoming successful in acquiring rights from the Federal Government to transmit along the country, would have diminished the TV market share of Televisa and TV Azteca. In , Televisa began airing a series of reports related to publication of classifieds on newspapers owned by Grupo Reforma a large holding of businesses that includes newspapers, online news and others of women offering sex service, often offered as massage service, escort service, etc.
Although those classifieds are published in a wide range of newspapers around the country, Televisa specifically targeted Grupo Reforma's publications.
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Analysts say this was a retaliation against Grupo Reforma for their extense coverage of the affair of their star news anchor Carlos Loret de Mola, all of this, however, as a retaliation itself to the fact that Televisa obtained licenses to provide third and fourth generation wireless services in partnership with communications giant Nextel. In , Televisa began airing reports concerning an allegedly monopoly of Telmex and America Movil telcel on national cellular phone service and claiming that customers were being overcharged; also claiming that fees to interconnect to existing cellular grid and infrastructure to third parties were excessively high.
This fight occurred when both companies were trying to obtain from the Federal Government the rights to offer to customers "Triple Play" which means that one carrier could provide cellular service, television and internet in one complete package. However, this matter resulted on interminable courtroom fights between both parties and the decision has been delayed so far.
In Televisa began airing an extense coverage on the arrest and incarceration of Chiapas ex-governor Pablo Salazar Mendiguchia, accused of several crimes, this coverage was prolonged and very extensive. In an interview with journalist Carmen Aristegui, famed writer and analyst Rafael Loret de Mola accepted to some degree that perhaps a political prosecution was occurring, but that his main concern was that he had and showed on air a legal document in which Adela Micha Zaga a news anchor with Televisa gives legal power to then ex-governor Pablo Salazar Mendiguchia also a lawyer to act as an inmobiliary agent to sell a condo she possessed a few years ago.
His concern was about a "perverse" relation between Salazar and Televisa journalists. Rallies also occurred outside of Televisa San Angel Televisa headquarters , where some of the protesters were permitted to air their points of view on a nationwide telecast. According to statements of the television itself, detainees do not belong to Televisa, and the vehicles were registered with false documents to the Ministry of Transport and Roads of the Federal District.
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The Mexican newspaper El Universal published on social media a video of the event, which was covered by national news media although Televisa didn't mention the story and declined to comment. In El Bronco's own words:"Hay denuncias de carros robados y recuperamos , pero como no le pagamos a Televisa, Multimedios y TV Azteca, no lo sacan. Hemos logrado desintegrar bandas roba carros y roba traileres, y lo hemos hecho dicho en todas las ruedas de prensa, pero Televisa, Multimedios y TV Azteca no lo sacan. We have disbanded a band of thieves of cars and trucks.
In September , an earthquake devastated Mexico City in the state of Mexico. During the news coverage of the devastation, Televisa reported there was a little girl named Frida Sofia trapped within the debris of a fallen school.
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However, soon after it was revealed that in fact Frida Sofia never existed. Outraged with the fake news within times of crisis, rival network TV Azteca whose television schedule of the day included The Simpsons , decided to air specifically more than two decades old "classic" episode Radio Bart. Because the plot of the Simpsons episode consisted on Bart Simpson doing a prank , where he fooled the people on Springfield to think a little kid named "Timmy O'Toole" was trapped in a hole, mirroring the way Televisa fooled Mexico about Frida Sofia.
The usage of such airing choice to criticize their rival network's fake news was praised by their viewers and international news media alike, leading to Timmy O'Toole to become a trending topic in social media, due to the Mexican people explaining their support through internet memes. Televisa was heavily criticized for sharing such fake news, because those news made rescue teams waste time initiating an effort to save the non-existing girl, distracting them from saving the real people who were trapped in debris. The aforementioned former Televisa actress, along producer Epigmenio Ibarra , both stated that during the 90's Televisa treated actresses as sex objects, going as far as offering them to investors and publicists.
In , Televisa became embroiled in a scandal with the SIN network news. The management wanted to produce and broadcast a newscast with Jacobo Zabludosky out of Miami. Half of the staff walked out of their jobs alleging Jacobo Zabludosky was a puppet of the Mexican government who had soft views on Fidel Castro 's Cuba.
The Televisa management was dumbfounded, they decided to move the now renamed Univision Network's headquarters to Laguna Niguel, California to produce their shows from there including their beleaguered news division. They returned to Miami two years later. Televisa has been a longtime provider of programming to Univision and its sister networks. However, in recent years, Televisa's relationship with Univision has become strained.
However, a group of U. Televisa is also the former owner of Fonovisa music, which it sold in to Univision. The new program license agreement will include Internet and mobile rights and cover key Mexican football soccer rights. The agreement will run through at least , but more likely or later, compared with the previous deal's expiration. On March 18, , Televisa and NBC Universal announced a year multiplatform agreement that would allow 1, hours of Telemundo programming from news, entertainment programs, specials, and sports to be broadcast over not only its Galavision channel XEQ-TV , but also its SKY Channel and Cablevision cable system starting in April, as well as a planned Telemundo pay TV channel to be launched later in Marketingymedios On May 19, Telemundo and Televisa sent out an announcement that the jointly owned network will come together in August The network launched in August and is available on cable and satellite.
The following are companies that distribute similar content to that of Televisa. Or that could have collaborated with Televisa, or collaborated for a time before breaking their partnership and disassociating with Televisa. Netflix had a partnership with Televisa, that allowed Netflix to stream television content produced by Televisa. Until , when Televisa realized people watched more Netflix than cable television.
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To re-gain all their lost viewers, Televisa decided to remove all its original content from Netflix in order to create its own Netflix-like streaming service, which was called Blim. Soon after Televisa announced Blim, Mexican audiences began mocking Televisa through memes that strongly opinionated and mocked Televisa for producing lesser quality original content in comparison to the more critically Netflix original content.
The ad featured a man being sad because Televisa original content was removed, and his mom looking weird at him. Causing Blim and Televisa to be even more heavily criticized for not understanding millennials, some which were as far as thanking Televisa for removing their content from Netflix. The main argument against Televisa, was people arguing there was no need to pay for a streaming service, in order to see series, that are available to watch without even needing to buy cable in the first place. However, they later ended the agreement. The perceived political favoritism of Televisa towards the PRI , and the concept of the "cortinas de humo smoke screens " was explored in the Mexican black-comedy film The Perfect Dictatorship , directed and written by Luis Estrada , whose plot directly criticizes both the PRI and Televisa.
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