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- What are Televisa's main businesses?
Grupo Televisa, S.A.B., is the largest media company in the Spanish-speaking world based on its market capitalization and a major participant in the international entertainment business. It has interests in television production and broadcasting, production of pay-television networks, international distribution of television programming, direct-to-home satellite services, cable television and telecommunication services, magazine publishing and distribution, radio production and broadcasting, professional sports and live entertainment, feature-film production and distribution, the operation of a horizontal internet portal, and gaming.
- How many employees does Televisa have?
As of December 31, 2010, Televisa had 24,739 employees.
- What are the net sales, consolidated operating income and net income figures for 2010?
In 2010, Televisa reported net sales of Ps.57,856.8 million, consolidated operating income of Ps.15,582.6 million and net income of Ps.7,683.4 million
- What classes of shares does Televisa have?
The company has four classes of shares: "A" shares, "B" shares, "D" shares and "L" shares with no par value. The "A" shares and "B" shares are common shares. The "D" shares are limited-voting and preferred dividend shares, with a preference upon liquidation. The "L" shares are limited-voting shares.
- Where are Televisa's shares traded?
Televisa's shares are publicly traded as CPOs on the Mexican Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol TLEVISACPO. Televisa shares are also publicly traded in the form of GDRs on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol TV.
- What is a CPO?
A CPO is an Ordinary Participation Certificate issued by a trust established by Televisa with Nacional Financiera, S.N.C. One CPO represents 25 A Shares, 22 B Shares, 35 D Shares, and 35 L Shares.
- What is a GDR?
A GDR (Global Depositary Receipt) is a physical certificate evidencing ownership in one or several GDSs (Global Depositary Shares). A GDS is a U.S. dollar denominated form of equity ownership in Grupo Televisa. GDSs carry the corporate and economic rights of the company's shares, subject to the terms specified on the GDR certificate. Each GDS represents the right to receive 5 CPOs.
- What is the ratio of Televisa's GDRs to CPOs?
Each Televisa GDR traded on the NYSE represents five of Televisa's CPOs.
- How many shares does Televisa have outstanding?
As of December 31, 2010, Televisa had 325,023 shares outstanding (representing approximately 2,778 million CPOs and 556 million GDRs). See our stock section for more information.
- Does Televisa pay dividends?
Decisions regarding the payment and amount of dividends are subject to approval by a majority of the A Shares and B Shares voting together generally, but not necessarily, on the recommendation of the board of directors, as well as a majority of the A Shares voting separately. On March 25, 2004, the company's board of directors approved a dividend policy under which Televisa intends to pay an annual regular dividend of Ps.0.35 per CPO.
Investor relations contact information
Grupo Televisa, S.A.B.
Av. Vasco de Quiroga 2000
(5255) 5261 2000
Carlos Madrazo - Investor Relations Officer
María José Cevallos - Investor Relations Manager
(5255) 5261 2445
- Who are the main shareholders of Televisa?
The following table sets forth information regarding the beneficial ownership of our capital stock by persons who are known by us to own more than 5% of the currently outstanding A Shares, B Shares, L Shares or D Shares as of May 31, 2010. Please see our 2009 SEC form 20F for additional information.