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Chivas Guadalajara Owner Calls Debut Of Chivas TV A Success

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 26 / 16

Despite Chivas TV "dividing opinions among users," Chivas Guadalajara Owner Jorge Vergara assured that 80% of its consumers "did not have a problem enjoying the broadcast of the Chivas-Monterrey game on Saturday," according to Diego Alejandro Reos of LA AFICIÓN. Vergara "admitted there...

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