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Mexico - Zócalo magazine distribution blocked

Reporters without borders
A magazine wholesaler owned by media giant Televisa suspended August delivery of the monthly Zócalo magazine following critical coverage of Televisa's key role in the July 1 presidential election. Distribution company Intermex failed to supply copies of issue 150 to more than 160 branches of the Sanborn's chain of stores, a major magazine retailer. The apparent circulation boycott affected sales of an edition whose cover story focused on the political power of Televisa, the magazine's editors (...)

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