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  • Televisión Azteca S.A. de C.V.
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TV Azteca (1993)

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Azteca, of Mexico, is the second-largest Spanish-language television entertainment network. It was established in 1983 as the state-owned Instituto Mexicano de la Televisión ("Imevisión"), a holding of the national TV networks channel 13 (1968, state-owned since 1972) and channel 7. In 1993, it was privatized under its current name, and now it is part of Grupo Salinas. Its flagship program is the newscast Hechos.

In Mexico, TV Azteca operates two networks: Azteca 13 and Azteca 7. Both have had near-national coverage, mostly via over the air TV, cable TV, DBS, and FTA. Both networks are available in HDTV. Azteca 13 can also be seen live online via Azteca's website.

The TV Azteca also operates Azteca 13 Internacional, reaching 13 countries in Central and South America.

TV Azteca owns part of the Azteca América network in the United States.

TV Azteca had been the owner of Todito.com and Unefon, but the former was liquidated in 2007, and the latter was merged with Iusacell, which is a property of the same group that owns TV Azteca.

TV Azteca reporter Inez Sainz was involved in an incident involving the New York Jets American football team, where Jets players were accused of making suggestive comments to Ms. Sainz while she was covering a practice session in New Jersey. The incident is being investigated by NFL and Jets team officials.

On March 7, 2011, TV Azteca changed the name to Azteca, for the subdivision simplification.

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