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A new media watchdog calls out Televisa's reporting. (Credit: Televisa.com)

A new Mexican media watchdog website, “Ya Basta de los Abusos de Televisa,” has been created in response to Mexican TV station Televisa’s “media campaigns and manipulation of information,” the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas reported.

The watchdog site (which translates to “enough already with Televisa’s abuses”) claims that the network continues to air “abuses, attacks and misrepresentations.” Its founder, Simon Charaf, reportedly claims that Televisa “misrepresented details” of a story involving his bar.

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