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Mexican TV Can't Be Shown On US Internet

•  Headline Legal News     updated  2009/07/22 09:08


According to Courthouse News, two major Spanish-language television networks battling over Internet broadcast rights in the United States ended their dispute when a federal judge in Los Angeles ruled that the contract between Univision and Televisa prohibited Internet broadcasts of shows aired in Mexico.

The dispute between Televisa and Univision came when Televisa began airing its shows on the Internet. Univision said that violated the licensing agreement.

US District Judge Philip Gutiererez agreed, ruling that Televisa's interpretation of the licensing agreement would render an absurd result because the parties were so careful to spell out what Televisa was and was not permitted to do.



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