Televisa

Mexican media company

Grupo Televisa, S.A.B. (Spanish pronunciation: [teleˈβisa]) is a Mexican multimedia mass media company and the largest in Hispanic America[2][3] and the Spanish-speaking world.[4] and in the Spanish-speaking world. It is a major international entertainment business, with much of its programming airing in the United States on Univision, with which it has an exclusive contract.

Grupo Televisa S.A.B.
Grupo Televisa
Company typeSociedad Anónima Bursátil
BMVTLEVISA
NYSETV
IndustryMass media
PredecessorTelevicentro (1952)
Telesistema Mexicano (1955)
Televisión Independiente de México (1965)
Grupo Televisa (1973)
FoundedJanuary 8, 1973; 51 years ago (1973-01-08)
FounderEmilio Azcárraga Vidaurreta
HeadquartersMexico City, Mexico
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Emilio Azcárraga Jean (CEO),
Ervin Azcárraga Jean,
Bernardo Gómez Martínez,
Alfonso de Angoitia,
José Bastón Patiño[1]
ProductsBroadcasting, cable TV, radio, publishing, Internet
RevenueIncrease US $5.3 billion (2012)
Increase US$ 672.7 million (2012)
Number of employees
24,362
SubsidiariesTelevisa Interactive
Sky México (58.7%)
Websitewww.televisa.com
www.televisa.com/corporativo (Corporate)

Telenovelas change

Televisa produces telenovelas since 1959. The most successful telenovelas was:

  • La usurpadora (1998): with Gabriela Spanic, Fernando Colunga, Libertad Lamarque, Chantal Andere, Marcelo Buquet and Juan Pablo Gamboa.
  • Destilando amor (2007): with Angélica Rivera, Eduardo Yañez, Chantal Andere, Martha Julia, Sergio Sendel and Ana Martin.
  • Mañana es para siempre (2008): with Lucero, Fernando Colunga, Silvia Navarro, Rogelio Guerra, Sergio Sendel and Dominika Paleta.
  • Amor bravío (2012): with Silvia Navarro, Cristian de la Fuente, Leticia Calderón, César Évora, René Strickler, Flavio Medina, Laura Carmine, José Elías Moreno, Alex Sirvent, Fernanda Castillo, María Sorté, Florencia de Saracho, Olivia Bucio and Lisset.
  • Cañaveral de pasiones (1996): with Azela Robinson, Juan Soler, Daniela Castro, Francisco Gattorno, Patricia Navidad, Roberto Ballesteros and Angélica Aragón.
  • Abismo de pasión (2012): with Sabine Moussier, David Zepeda, Angelique Boyer, Mark Tacher, Salvador Zerboni, Livia Brito and Blanca Guerra.
  • La sombra del pasado (2015): with Michelle Renaud, Pablo Lyle, Alexis Ayala, Thelma Madrigal, Alejandra Barros, Cinthia Klitbo, Susana González and Beatriz Merino.
  • El amor invencible (2023): with Angelique Boyer, Daniel Elbittar, Danilo Carrera, Leticia Calderón, Gabriela Platas, Guillermo Garcia Cantu.
  • El privilegio de amar (1999): with René Strickler, Adela Noriega, Helena Rojo, Andrés García, Enrique Rocha, Cynthia Klitbo, César Évora and María Sorte.
  • Para volver a amar (2011): with Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez, Rebecca Jones, René Strickler, Alejandra Barros, Alejandro Camacho, Nailea Norvind, Juan Carlos Barreto, África Zavala, Mark Tacher, Sophie Alexander and Agustin Arana.
  • Teresa (2010): with Angelique Boyer, Sebastián Rulli, Aaron Díaz, Ana Brenda Contreras, Cynthia Klitbo, Silvia Mariscal and Manuel Landeta.
  • Rubi (2004): with Barbara Mori, Sebastián Rulli, Eduardo Santamarina, Ana Martin and José Elías Moren.
  • Cuna de lobos (1986) with María Rubio, Diana Bracho, Alejandro Camacho, Gonzalo Vega and Rosa Ma. Bianchi.
  • Los ricos tambien Lloran (1978) with Veronica Castro, Rogelio Guerra, Rocío Banquells, Guillermo Capetillo and Edith González.
  • El camino secreto (1985) with Daniela Romo, Salvador Pineda, Claudio Brook, Carlos Ancira, Gabriela Rivero, Pedro Armendáriz, Arsenio Campos, Fernando Sáez, Patsty, Leticia Calderon and Pilar Pellicer.

Channels change

Other channels change

Noticieros Televisa change

  • Noticieros Televisa is the news division of Grupo Televisa, which produces national and local news for Televisa's TV channels and local stations across Mexico.

It is headed by Leopoldo Gómez, the Vice President of News for Televisa.

Other websites change

References change

  1. "Televisa: Corporativo: Ejecutivos". Retrieved December 13, 2016.
  2. "Diario La Tercera (Argentina) "Televisa baja sus ganancias en primer trimestre de 2011"". Latercera.com. April 15, 2011. Archived from the original on January 3, 2013. Retrieved November 5, 2011.
  3. "Editorial Televisa, World's Largest Spanish-Language Publisher, Goes Live with K4". Managing Editor Inc. December 3, 2009. Archived from the original on June 4, 2012. Retrieved May 19, 2011.
  4. Putting Pictures to Work Archived 2007-12-14 at the Wayback MachineSnell & Wilcox