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June 13, 2001 | Bloomberg News
Hispanic Television Network Inc. signed agreements with cable-system operators to air Spanish-language programming 24 hours a day in Los Angeles, the nation's largest Hispanic market. Hispanic Television ended an agreement to air programming on Los Angeles TV station KJLA after it couldn't secure prime-time hours for the content, the company said.
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June 13, 2001 | Bloomberg News
Hispanic Television Network Inc. signed agreements with cable-system operators to air Spanish-language programming 24 hours a day in Los Angeles, the nation's largest Hispanic market. Hispanic Television ended an agreement to air programming on Los Angeles TV station KJLA after it couldn't secure prime-time hours for the content, the company said.
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April 24, 2001 | From Reuters
Hispanic Television Network Inc., one of the top Spanish-language broadcasters in the United States, said Monday that it bought the 52% of Internet site Cubico.com it did not own as it seeks to become a broad media company. Details on the purchase were not disclosed, and company officials were not available for comment.
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April 24, 2001 | From Reuters
Hispanic Television Network Inc., one of the top Spanish-language broadcasters in the United States, said Monday that it bought the 52% of Internet site Cubico.com it did not own as it seeks to become a broad media company. Details on the purchase were not disclosed, and company officials were not available for comment.
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July 26, 2002 | Bloomberg News
Hispanic Television Network Inc., a Spanish-language broadcaster that last week reached a distribution contract with a unit of Liberty Media Corp., said it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Hispanic Television said it filed the voluntary petition in Bankruptcy Court in Fort Worth to allow it to continue to operate its business while it prepares a plan of reorganization.
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September 8, 2000 | LEE ROMNEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mexico's second-largest broadcaster announced Thursday that it will enter the U.S. Spanish-language television market, drawing an enthusiastic response from some Wall Street analysts but skepticism from critics who say the venture faces serious challenges. The launch of Azteca America, a joint venture of Television Azteca and privately held Pappas Telecasting Inc. of Visalia, Calif., marks the Mexican network's first major push into the booming U.S.
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