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April 27, 1992 | CLAUDIA PUIG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the early 1980s, when Mexican media magnate Emilio Azcarraga ran the Spanish-language television network now known as Univision, the lion's share of programming originated in Latin America, with much of it produced at Televisa, Azcarraga's own multimillion-dollar studio in Mexico City. Since Azcarraga sold the network to Hallmark Cards Corp.
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June 16, 2006 | From Reuters
Venezuelan media investor Gustavo Cisneros said Venevision Investments had joined a group of bidders exploring an offer for U.S. Spanish-language broadcaster Univision Communications Inc. Cisneros said Venevision, a privately held Venezuelan broadcaster controlled by his family, had joined with five private equity firms and Mexican broadcaster Grupo Televisa to explore a deal with Univision.
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June 16, 2006 | From Reuters
Venezuelan media investor Gustavo Cisneros said Venevision Investments had joined a group of bidders exploring an offer for U.S. Spanish-language broadcaster Univision Communications Inc. Cisneros said Venevision, a privately held Venezuelan broadcaster controlled by his family, had joined with five private equity firms and Mexican broadcaster Grupo Televisa to explore a deal with Univision.
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April 27, 1992 | CLAUDIA PUIG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the early 1980s, when Mexican media magnate Emilio Azcarraga ran the Spanish-language television network now known as Univision, the lion's share of programming originated in Latin America, with much of it produced at Televisa, Azcarraga's own multimillion-dollar studio in Mexico City. Since Azcarraga sold the network to Hallmark Cards Corp.
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December 5, 1988 | WILLIAM R. LONG, Times Staff Writer
Former President Carlos Andres Perez, a social democratic champion of Third World causes, won a presidential election Sunday with a landslide triumph that will return him to office after 10 years out of power. Projecting unofficial returns from most of the votes cast, the Venevision television network said Perez had won 51.7% of the ballots. Eduardo Fernandez, his Social Christian rival, took 36.3%, and the remaining 12% was divided among 21 other candidates, Venevision said.
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