Index hide1 TV Azteca will no longer have the transmission rights for Necaxa and, for the time being, it remains on the lookout with Atlas and Chivas.3 ViX is a new streaming platform that contains a large majority of Mexican programming in its catalog.
TV Azteca will no longer have the transmission rights for Necaxa and, for the time being, it remains on the lookout with Atlas and Chivas.
The local ‘La Franja’ matches would continue to be broadcast by the Ajusco chain.
ViX is a new streaming platform that contains a large majority of Mexican programming in its catalog.
It has been confirmed that Aztec TV will no longer have transmission rights of ‘Los Rayos’ from Necaxa, This fact makes it difficult for the open television channel to compete against the Televisa, Fox Sports and ESPN. In addition, it was confirmed that the Necaxa lightning games will be, from this tournament, exclusive to the new streaming platform. Vix and the TUDN channel.
According to the most recent information and what was commented by Mikel Arriola, the sports rights of a Mexican soccer team are between 14 and 30 million dollars per year. To give an example, the transmissions of Santos Laguna would cost Fox Sports about 238 million pesos for an entire football year, since its transmission value is 14 million dollars, not to mention that the number of matches would increase by in the event that it reached the final instances of the tournament.
TV Azteca loses the transmission rights of Necaxa and users explode
Even yesterday, Liga MX presented the channels and platforms where Mexican soccer fans could watch their favorite teams.
Nevertheless, A few hours ago they announced that the match between Necaxa vs. Toluca would no longer be broadcast by TV Azteca and, as if that were not enough, Necaxa’s broadcasting rights as a local would become exclusive to TUDN.
Yes, the game scheduled for tonight between Necaxa and Toluca will no longer be broadcast by Azteca 7.
TV Azteca will stop broadcasting Necaxa, which will be exclusive to Televisa, and Juárez, which will now be broadcast by FOX Sports. https://t.co/T4hMcteCZJ
— Alexander (@AlejandroLG) July 1, 2022
This upset more than one fan, but it was the commentator’s reaction Christian Martinoli the one that went around in networks, because the also fan of ‘Los Diablos Rojos’ from Toluca was excited to narrate the first meeting of his team, facing the last tournament prior to the world cup. For now, Aztec TV would be left only with the transmission rights of Puebla.
Fans even noted that The link that led to the game in the TV Azteca app on Google now only leads to a section of the page which mentions that “it does not exist.”
We would have to wait for the official confirmation that both Chivas and Atlas they could accompany the fringe on the Ajusco television station. For now, it seems that TV Azteca is losing the battle in this broadcast war, despite having one of the most recognized duos in the field of sports journalism.
Christian Martinoli’s reaction
Faced with the news that TV Azteca is potentially saying goodbye to one of the important games on “Friday Botanero”, the most famous sports writer of the television network expressed his feelings through his Twitter account.
They just told me that we no longer have the Necaxa vs. Toluca game. I don’t know the reason. how right you were @sopitas 🤦🏻♂️
– Christian Martinoli (@martinolimx) July 1, 2022
Given this reaction, the fans of the García-Martinoli dumbbell regretted the decision, as they continue to be recognized as one of the most important teams in the field. Likewise, They evidenced the problems that the big television stations are already experiencing, since the big events are choosing to move to streaming platforms, abandoning open television.
The worst thing is that most consume what they have, I will never buy their platforms.
– Yosue A. (@Josuesitoo) July 1, 2022
No mms Televisa and Tv Azteca are business partners. Do you still believe that there is that rivalry from 20 years ago? They already mature.
– Yorch Pinson (@JorgePi19886740) July 1, 2022
A game of my Toluca narrated by the TV Azteca group would have been a great way to start this new tournament:( pic.twitter.com/OZReSdiqcs
— Jason Coronado (@c82_jason) July 1, 2022
Aztec TV already has less football than the congress channel.
Martinoli and the doctor should seriously think about leaving that television station on the verge of death.
– Don azulino9🚂💙❤️ (@El_azulino9) July 1, 2022
what csm @TUDNMEX for taking the game from tv azteca and for passing the game through vix. I hope it gives them explosive diarrhoea. That’s why no one wants his shit channel anymore. pic.twitter.com/qeBX0sN7HV
— Thompson Goblin (@Alexthompson182) July 1, 2022
TV CHANGES IN THE MX LEAGUE!
Necaxa matches will be exclusive to TUDN/VIX. Also the Bravos de Juárez matches will now be broadcast by the FOX Sports network in Mexico. They will no longer be broadcast by TV Azteca.#LigaBBVAMX pic.twitter.com/fkckRKq5zz
– Soccer TV (@Guia_FutbolTV) July 1, 2022
It’s the bad thing about TV Azteca, what’s the use of having the best soccer narrators if they don’t have anything to narrate, they just need to send them to come and have fun, they’re screwed that owner doesn’t apply
– pako kings (@francis36160864) July 1, 2022
Without a doubt, this decision points to the presence of streaming platforms in the market, since it is not the first platform that will broadcast Liga MX matches, being Amazon Prime Video which, in conjunction with Fox Sportswill broadcast the games of teams such as Santos and León.
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