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Periferico Sur 4121

Col. Fuentes del Pedregal

México, DF 14141

Mexico

Phone: 55 1 720 1313

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TV Azteca, S.A. de C.V. produces Spanish language television programming. It operates through two national television networks in Mexico, Azteca 13 and Azteca 7, which broadcast programming approximately for 23.5 hours a day and 7 days a week. 271 of the network’s stations are repeater stations that solely rebroadcast programming and advertisements received from the Mexico City anchor stations. The remaining 44 network stations broadcast local programming and advertisements in addition to the programming and advertisements supplied by the anchor stations. TV Azteca has 6 principal wholly owned subsidiaries comprised of one Delaware corporation, Azteca International, and 5 Mexican corporations: Television Azteca, S.A. de C.V. (Television Azteca), Azteca Digital, S.A. de C.V. (Azteca Digital), Grupo TV Azteca, S.A. de C.V. (Grupo TV Azteca), TV Azteca Comercializadora, S.A. de C.V. (TV Azteca Comercializadora) and Red Azteca Internacional, S.A. de C.V. (Red Azteca). Azteca International is a U.S. company that operates the Azteca America Network, a Spanish-language television broadcasting network focused on the rapidly growing U.S. Hispanic market. Television Azteca and Azteca Digital own and operate all of TV Azteca’s broadcast assets, including the licenses to operate television transmitters, TV Azteca’s transmission equipment and TV Azteca’s headquarters and production studios in Mexico City. The marketing for the Azteca 7 network is made through Red Azteca and the marketing for the Azteca 13 network is made through TV Azteca. Azteca 7 Network The Azteca 7 network primarily targets middle and upper income adults between the ages of 18 and 44. The network’s programming consists primarily of news programs, game shows, sports broadcasts and feature films. Azteca 13 Network The Azteca 13 network primarily targets middle income family viewers of all ages. The network’s programming consists primarily of telenovelas, reality programs, news programs, talk shows, musical variety programs and sports broadcasts, principally soccer. In 2003, TV Azteca produced five telenovelas, all of which were among the highest rated, regularly scheduled, prime-time programs on the Azteca 13 network. Local Stations 44 of TV Azteca’s television stations broadcast local programming and advertisements in addition to programming and advertisements provided by the anchor stations. As of December 31, 2003, TV Azteca had entered into contracts with local business partners with respect to 18 of its local stations under which the local partners sells advertising time on these stations to local advertisers. TV Azteca operates the remaining 26 local stations without local partners. In addition to the insertion of local advertisements, some of TV Azteca’s local stations broadcast programs that are produced and financed by local partners. Locally produced programs include news programs, game shows, sports events and other entertainment programs. Programming Produced by TV Azteca TV Azteca produces programs, including telenovelas, reality programs, news programs, sports broadcasts, musical programs, game shows and talk and variety shows. TV Azteca is the sole owner of substantially all copyrights and trademarks of programming that it produces. However, there are a few programs for which TV Azteca shares copyright ownership with the original author of the material. TV Azteca’s news programming includes nightly prime-time news programs geared towards the target audiences of its television networks. The 'Hechos del Siete' news program, broadcast on the Azteca 7 network, features a fast paced synopsis of the domestic and international news in a format that is attractive to its young adult viewers. The Azteca 7 network also broadcasts an interview program that questions leading politicians, businesspersons and journalists on issues affecting Mexico. The Hechos news program, broadcast on the Azteca 13 network, presents a more in-depth analysis of daily domestic and international news. TV Azteca’s internally produced sports programming consists principally of broadcasts of professional soccer games of the 20-team First Division of Me

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