Mexican entertainment giant Grupo Televisa signaled Wednesday that it wasn't ready to play nice with the group of private investors that last week won the auction for Spanish-language media company Univision Communications Inc., the Los Angeles Times reports. Televisa, the losing bidder and Univision's most important supplier of programming, said it wanted to sell its 11.4% stake in the Century City-based broadcaster "as soon as possible" and threatened to become a competitor instead of a partner in the U.S.
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