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As a subscriber to Advertising Age International, I value your publication as a source of timely and accurate information about the Latin American TV market. However, I was very disappointed to discover your ommission of TeleNoticias from the "Who's where in satellite TV" chart, published in your March 20 issue (P. I-18).

Launched on December 1, 1994, by Reuters, Telemundo, Artear and Antena 3, TeleNoticias reaches nearly 21 million homes across the Americas and in Spain, making it one of the most successful start-ups ever among U.S.-based international TV networks. Yet your chart included channels with substantially lower distribution, while TeleNoticias was left out.

Gustavo Pupo-Mayo

President, TeleNoticias

Hialeah, Fla.

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