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Grupo Televisa, S.A. de C.V. GDS (TV) was incorporated in 1990 and is the largest media company in the Spanish-speaking world. It is a major player in the international entertainment business. Televisa runs four television networks in Mexico with approximately 260 affiliated stations. The company has interests in television production, broadcasting, international distribution of television programming, direct-to-home (DTH) satellite services, publishing, music recording, radio production and broadcasting, cable television, professional sports and show business promotions, paging services, and feature film production and distribution. Grupo Televisa also operates a horizontal Internet website, esmas.com, and has interest in direct-to-home (DTH) satellite services through its 60% stake in Innova, which runs the SKY DTH satellite system. Programs produced by the company include: telenovelas (soap operas), sports, newscasts, sitcoms, game shows, and musical and cultural events, which are broadcasted through its network stations, affiliated stations, and cable systems in Mexico, and through its DTH satellite joint ventures in the Americas and Spain.
Televisa has grown over the last few years by expanding its portfolio of assets in the industry and moving into new markets while adopting technologies that allow its content to be distributed to a wider variety of platforms.
Televisa has continued its entry into new markets through joint ventures in Brazil, China and France as well as companies that raise the company’s global profile like BBC International and Telemundo.Through joint ventures with Cablevision, Cablemas and TVI Televisa continues its efforts in establishing itself as a cable and telecommunications company.
Televisa’s core business is open television, however, recent growth has come from direct to home services, cable and telecommunications services. These last three represented over 30% of revenues, a sharp increase to the 5% eight years ago. Sky, the dish network service provider established as a subsidiary, is the main distribution platform in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. 
The company also has a number of subsidiaries:
On October 1, 2007 the Mexican government put into effect the Ley del Impuesto Empresarial de Tasa Unica (a flat rate tax for companies). This means that for 2008 companies paid 16.5% flat tax rate, in 2009 companies paid 17% and from 2010 on, 17.5%.
Starting in 2009 TV Azteca and Televisa have both began providing HiTV, a higher quality image through Digital Terrestrial Television. In Mexico there are about 20 channels providing this service and this number is expected to increase.
They may however hold them through an indirect CPO trust which is involved in the voting of A and B shares. Trustees may request that certificates representing the underlying shares so as to allow transfer and sale of said shares.
Minority stockholders do not have the same amount of protection under the the Mexican Securities Market Law as set by an international standard. Companies like Televisa however have amended their bylaws to allow for a greater degree of protection. The MSML makes it more difficult to enforce their rights against the company or its directors. The law provides stockholders of a public company representing 5% or more of the capital stock an action for liability against the board and the management of a firm. Further, it requires companies to establish audit committees when the rights of minority stockholders may face a change.