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Sky leads pay-TV service revenues in Mexico

Friday 3 January 2014 | 11:16 CET | News
Televisa's satellite pay-TV unit Sky led pay-TV service revenues in Mexico in the third quarter of 2013, El Universal reports, citing data released by The Competitive Intelligence Unit (CIU). Sky saw pay-TV service revenues of MXN 4.09 billion in the period. The report also shows that Megacable ranked second with pay-TV service revenues of MXN 2.4 billion, followed by Cablevision with 2.17 billion, Cablemas with 1.56 billion, and MVS' satellite TV nit Dish with revenues of MXN 459 million in the quarter. Mexico's total pay-TV subscriber base jumped by 20.4 percent yea-on-year to 5.87 million

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Cablemas / Cablevision / Megacable
Countries: Mexico
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