Mexico has awarded licenses for two new television channels to the Cadena Tres and Radio Centro companies, breaking the long-running dominance of two networks.
The Federal Telecommunications Institute said Wednesday that at the end of the process Cadena Tres and Radio Centro were the only two bidders. They should have their channels up and running in the next five years.
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