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TuVisión was an American Spanish-language broadcasting network, which is owned by Pappas Telecasting. TuVisión is a portmanteau of tu (your) and televisión. During the latter part of 2007, Pappas hired Moelis & Company to develop long-term objectives to identify which television assets it should retain. In 2008, several affiliates filed for Chapter 11 protection. and TuVisión ceased broadcasting in 2009.
TuVisión began operations on July 1, 2007, after Pappas dropped the Azteca America network from the Spanish-language stations that Pappas owned. The only exception was Los Angeles' KAZA-TV, which remains with Azteca; Pappas had a contract to show Azteca América through December 2012 and its later bankruptcy effectively kept the affiliation after 2012 on creditor's orders.
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