Saban Capital Group Inc., the private- equity firm of Univision Communications Inc. Chairman Haim Saban, wants to triple its investments in Asia over the next two years focusing on media and communication.
A U.S. man held in Venezuela on suspicion of espionage was playing the part of a documentary filmmaker to penetrate the government’s circle of supporters, Interior Minister Miguel Rodriguez Torres said today.
News Corp.’s Fox network will go off the air and become a cable channel if U.S. courts don’t stop Internet startup Aereo Inc. from retransmitting shows like “The Simpsons” without permission, said Chief Operating Officer Chase Carey.
President Barack Obama said he is confident that an immigration bill will pass in the next several months, as key Senators charged with crafting the legislation indicated that their process is almost complete.
Grupo Televisa SA , the world’s largest Spanish-language broadcaster, gained the most in almost two years in Mexico trading after agreeing to buy as much as 35 percent of Univision Communications Inc. to expand in the U.S.
When Thomas Perez was nominated in 2009 to a top Justice Department post, Senate Republicans delayed a vote for months over his past work with a group that aids immigrants, regardless of their legal status.
Univision Communications Inc., the biggest U.S. Spanish-language broadcaster, broke into the top 25 most-watched shows for the first time with “La Que No Podia Amar,” drawing viewers not interested in the Olympics.