Televisa says already producing premium content for launch of Televisa Univision platform
MEXICO CITY, July 6 (Reuters) – Mexico’s Televisa said on Tuesday that it is already producing content that will be used for the launch next year of a new streaming service as part of its content merger with Univision.
In a call following the company’s second quarter results, Televisa executives also said they were confident that advertising revenue, which was up 32% in the second quarter, would likely grow by low double digits for the full year.
(Reporting by Cassandra Garrison and Abraham Gonzalez for Reuters)
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