Recent Posts tagged with Mexico

ESPN Adjusts on the Fly for MNF’s Move From Mexico City to L.A.

When the NFL announced yesterday that it will move Monday Night Football’s Kansas City Chiefs–Los Angeles Rams game on Nov. 19 from Mexico City’s Estadio Azteca to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum because of poor field conditions, ESPN’s operations team instantly sprang into action. No stranger to handling last-minute logistics — the majority of the 25+ college […]  More

FOX Deportes Adds Liga MX to Soccer Lineup

Fox Deportes has acquired long-term exclusive Spanish-language rights in the United States for Mexico-based teams, Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente (Xolos) and Club Santos Laguna (Santos).  More

NFL Returns to Mexico City in 2017

Building off the success of the 2016 game in Mexico, the NFL will return to Mexico City in 2017 when the Oakland Raiders host the New England Patriots at Estadio Azteca. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made the announcement during his press conference in Houston in advance of Super Bowl LI.  More

Sergio Amuchastegui To Head Up Chyron Sales in Mexico

Chyron has appointed Sergio Amuchastegui as the company’s regional sales manager of Mexico. As part of a strategic expansion, he joins the Latin American sales team to work with authorized dealers and channel partners to drive the sale of Chyron products, solutions, and professional services. “Sergio is a valuable addition to the Chyron Latin American […]  More

TV Azteca Brings HDTV to the Masses with Harmonic Technology

TV Azteca, the second largest broadcaster in Mexico, has deployed Harmonic’s IP-based video processing solutions to facilitate satellite distribution of its expanded HDTV service to hundreds of retransmission sites throughout Mexico and Central America. The new DVB-S2-based distribution system relies on Harmonic’s multifunction compression and stream processing solutions to reduce the cost of satellite uplink […]  More

TV Azteca Taps Harmonic; Uses IP to Expand HD Satellite Services

TV Azteca, the second largest broadcaster in Mexico, has deployed Harmonic’s IP-based video processing solutions to facilitate satellite distribution of its expanded HDTV service to hundreds of retransmission sites throughout Mexico and Central America. The new DVB-S2-based distribution system relies on Harmonic’s multifunction compression and stream processing solutions to reduce the cost of satellite uplink […]  More

Telemundo Keeps World Cup Qualifying Through 2013

Telemundo has extended its exclusive U.S. broadcast and online rights to away World Cup qualifying matches of The Mexican National Team through 2013. “Deportes Telemundo is the gold standard in sports coverage in Hispanic television,” says Don Browne, president of Telemundo. “The world renowned expertise of our talent and the quality of our broadcasts, have […]  More

Telecast Fiber Powers Video Boards, Broadcast Feeds at Mexico’s Omnilife Stadium

Telecast Fiber Systems’ advanced fiber optic solutions are playing an integral role in the A/V and broadcast systems for Mexico’s new Omnilife Stadium — the country’s fourth largest sports arena and the home of the Club Deportivo Guadalajara football team (Chivas). With help from systems integrator GNODE, Telecast Fiber Systems equipment transports high-quality video feeds […]  More

Mexico SES Affiliate To Expand Satellite Services with EchoStar

Global satellite operator SES S.A. has announced that its affiliate Sistemas Satelitales de México (SSM) has received approval from the Mexican government to offer Ku-band satellite capacity into Mexico from its AMC-15 and AMC-16 satellites. EchoStar Satellite Services (a subsidiary of EchoStar Corp.) has acquired the rights to use this capacity from SES and now […]  More

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