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Grupo Televisa, S.A.B (TV -0.69%)
Q1 2021 Earnings Call
Apr 23, 2021, 10:00 a.m. ET

Contents:

  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:

Operator

Good morning, everyone, and welcome to Grupo Televisa's First Quarter 2021 Conference Call. Before we begin, I would like to draw your attention to the press release, which explains the use of forward-looking statements and applies to everything we discuss in today's call and in the earnings release.

I will now turn the call over to Mr. Alfonso de Angoitia, Co-Chief Executive Officer of Grupo Televisa. Please go ahead, sir.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Thank you, Carmen. Good morning, everyone, and thanks for joining us.

With me today are Salvi Folch, CEO of Cable; Alex Penna, CEO of Sky; Patricio Wills, Head of Televisa Studios; and Carlos Ferreiro and Antonio Lara, Corporate Vice Presidents of Finance and Administration respectively.

It has been just over a year since COVID-19 dramatically changed how all of us live, work, and interact. With vaccinations progressing worldwide, we expect a strong recovery in the global economy in 2021, and Mexico is poised to benefit from this turnaround. Despite Mexico's 8.5% economic contraction in 2020, we are seeing solid recovery this year with GDP growth expected at around 5%. Private consumption is estimated to increase by 4.2% in 2021 after a decline of 10.5% in 2020 due to the pandemic, setting a solid ground for growth in demand for our services across all segments.

Despite the disruption related to COVID-19, our Content business has operated without interruption, entertaining and informing our audiences and it is playing a critical role in education, which in Mexico is still mostly remote. Our cable infrastructure continues to perform well helping to support our customers who have been working from home for over a year. This is a testament to the dedication, hard work, and creativity of our employees, Bernardo and I want to express our gratitude and appreciation for all that they have done and continue to do to keep the business on track during this challenging time.

As we noted two months ago, the fourth quarter of last year showed a significant improvement in trends compared to the first nine months of 2020. First quarter results in our core segments were quite strong, driven by momentum in advertising demand by the private sector and the need of our customers to remain connected.

Moving onto our financial results for the quarter. Consolidated revenue reached MXN23.8 billion, representing a year-over-year growth of 3.2%, while operating segment income reached MXN9.4 billion equivalent to a year-over-year growth of 7.7%. Excluding the results of our other business segment, which continues to operate with limited capacity due to social distancing measures to prevent the spread of COVID, revenue for our three combined core businesses expanded by 7.7% and operating segment income grew by 12.4% year-over-year. This was driven by robust growth in Content, supported by a strong rebound in advertising revenue of 28.1%, a solid increase in Cable revenue of 7.9%, and a consistent growth at Sky of 4.1%.

Even comparing our three core businesses with the first quarter of 2019, we experienced revenue and operating segment income growth of 10.5% and 5.6%, respectively. We firmly believe this confirms the strength of our results even compared to pre-COVID levels. Bernardo and I are pleased that our portfolio of core assets delivered strong growth in the first quarter despite the broader economic contraction. This gives us confidence that our operating performance will stay solid for the remainder of 2021 as the Mexican economy improves and as vaccination continues and people feel more comfortable resuming the rhythm of normal life.

Now turning to the first quarter financial results. In our Content division, advertising revenue increased by 28.1% due to both easy comps and a strong rebound in volumes from the private sector where businesses are looking to position their products and services in front of consumers ahead of the expected strong economic recovery in the coming quarters. This is especially remarkable considering the earlier timing of Easter Holiday, which moved into the first quarter in 2021 as compared to the second quarter in 2020. Although, many social distancing measures remain in place, most of our advertising clients are better prepared to operate in this environment than they were a year ago and they have been more active since the beginning of the year. Private sector advertising revenues were very strong, growing over 30% year-over-year. On the other hand, government advertising revenues remained relatively flat, driven by ongoing austerity initiatives. Royalties from Univision of $96.5 million were basically flat and we project them to improve as the U.S. economy is expected to recover more vigorously beginning in the second quarter.

In sum, during the quarter, Content revenue increased by 10.2%, while operating segment income grew very strongly by 47.3%, driven by the higher revenue and ongoing cost efficiencies. Compared to the first quarter of 2019, our Content revenue and operating segment income were 3.2% and 4.8% above, respectively, while our Content margin was 40 basis points higher. As we mentioned during the fourth quarter conference call, we strongly believe that we have reached an inflection point in advertising revenue. We have experienced robust advertising consumption from the private sector supporting our upbeat outlook for 2021.

We are very excited about the deal we announced last week. We will be taking our industry-leading content and production capabilities to the next level through a much anticipated digital transformation as the combined Televisa Univision is expected to launch a global streaming platform in early 2022. By combining our media, content, production, library, and IP assets with Univision, we will be able to deliver an unparalleled streaming experience for Spanish language content globally.

We are also thrilled to be joined by SoftBank, Google, and The Raine company as Televisa Univision shareholders because it reflects confidence in our digital transformation strategy, our world-class content production capabilities, content library, and management team, as we join forces to capitalize on future growth opportunities. It is also a privilege for us to have Eric Zinterhofer as a partner. Eric is a very talented investor, a solid businessman and an amazing person. We're also very happy about having Wade as the CEO of the combined company. He has a lot of experience in the media industry, in streaming content in particular, and has great energy. We believe that he will be an excellent CEO that will be able to achieve our ambitious goals.

The deal has been very well received already and we look forward to closing the transaction later in 2021 upon receiving the approvals of Televisa shareholders as well as the necessary regulatory approvals in Mexico and the United States.

I will now turn the call over to Patricio to discuss our progress in Content during the quarter.

Patricio Wills -- President

Thank you, Alfonso. Thank you, Alfonso.

During the first quarter, 17 of the top 20 programs on Mexico's broadcast television were produced and submitted by Televisa. This include telenovelas dramas, newscast, and comedies. Televisa stopped three programs during the first quarter, including Vencer el desamor, La Rosa de Guadalupe and Imperio de mentiras with audiences between 36% and 52% higher than the top-rated program of our closest competitor. Through the whole week, Televisa's audience were 74% higher than those of the second-largest broadcasters, while audiences at our flagship network Las Estrellas were a 112 high than those of our closest competitor.

So in the first quarter our main newscast has a larger audience than all other newscast on free-to-air and pay-TV TV networks combined. Moreover, the best program of our second network Channel 5 has similar audiences that the flagship channel of our main competitor, demonstrating the strength of our content across of all our channels. During the first quarter, Univision's audience share continues to be well above those of our main Spanish language competitor. We believe this will help us to take advantage of the economic recovery.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Thank you, Patricio. Now let me turn the call over to Salvi.

Salvi Folch Viadero -- Chief Executive Officer of Cable

Thank you, Alfonso. The Cable division posted year-over-year revenue growth of 7.9% and operating segment income growth of 7.7%. Revenue growth in our Enterprise segment, which accounts for around 14% of total cable revenue, grew 14.7%, roughly twice as fast as the residential segment that increased by 7.3%. The Cable business continues to [Technical Issues] revenue generating units after adding more than 169,000 during the quarter. As we anticipated, net additions are returning to pre-pandemic levels. This is also impacted by price increases implemented last September and continued macroeconomic weakness.

Broadband generates the strongest profit [Technical Issues].

Operator

Ladies and gentlemen, please standby, your conference will resume momentarily.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Salvi?

Salvi Folch Viadero -- Chief Executive Officer of Cable

[Foreign Speech].

Operator

We can hear you now. Please continue.

Salvi Folch Viadero -- Chief Executive Officer of Cable

As I was saying, broadband generates the strongest profit contribution. So we continue to focus on selling this service to more customers across the country. We added 104,000 broadband RGUs during the quarter. Our broadband services are very competitive. [Technical Issues] We need to deliver solid results. Our voice subscribers are more than our video RGUs and we been very successful at upselling voice services to our customers. We have 39,000 net video disconnections during the quarter, largely due to customers prioritizing broadband services. Some of our clients are looking to reduce their monthly bills. As the economy recovers [Technical Issues].

Operator

Please standby, your conference call will remain momentarily.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Carmen, can you hear us now?

Operator

Yes, I can you hear you now, sir.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Can we go ahead?

Operator

You can continue.

Salvi Folch Viadero -- Chief Executive Officer of Cable

As I was saying on the enterprise front, we are making very good progress [Technical Issues] by which we are building certain infrastructure that will be owned [Technical Issues]. We are expanding our residential network to areas we currently do not cover. We just began offering services in some neighborhoods of Guadalajara and we expect to cover most of the city over the coming months.

Our plan for 2021 is to build 2 million new home packs, the majority of them will be located in markets where we currently do not provide service. In these greenfield areas, we are deploying fiber-to-the-home. We are convinced that the expansion to selective location makes a lot of sense for ET, since our brand has national recognition [Technical Issues] services. Our offer is very competitive and we believe it will be successful in this new market where there are currently many subscribers in networks of inferior quality than ours.

Considering expansion, our Cable capex for 2021 is projected to be at around $850 million. The $200 million capex increased compared to 2020 is fully explained by the expansion of our footprint by 2 million homes passed in such relevant markets that I just referred.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Thank you. Salvi. Now let me turn the call over to Alex Penna, CEO of Sky.

Alexandre Penna -- Chief Executive Officer of SKY

Thank you, Alfonso. Year-over-year revenues at Sky Mexico were up 4.1% during the quarter, but operating segment income fell by 3.6% driven by the amortization of certain sporting events. Sky experienced solid growth adding 10,000 video RGUs during the quarter, mostly driven by bundles with our Blue Telecomm broadband service. On the broadband side, we added 32,000 RGUs during the quarter, reaching a total of 698,000 broadband RGUs. In the aggregate, for the two services, we closed the quarter with approximately 8.2 million RGUs.

During the quarter, we launched our MVNO at Sky called Blue Telecomm Cel, which we expect to be another relevant revenue growth driver in the medium term. Also we launched our Sky Sports package, which is a prepaid offer with exclusive sports content such as the Spanish League, the English Premier League, and many other key sports properties. Sky Sports also includes all free-to-air channels and Televisa's suite of pay-TV channels.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Thank you, Alex. Before we close, Bernardo and I want to reiterate our excitement regarding the combination with our long-term partner Univision to create a new global company that I'm sure you know will be called Televisa Univision. We have finally achieved our shared vision of creating the world's premier Spanish language media company. We firmly believe this is the ideal opportunity to generate value for all our shareholders.

With the largest library of Spanish language-owned content and intellectual property worldwide, as well as unmatched production capabilities to power our leading television, digital, and especially streaming platforms, Televisa Univision will have a strong foundation to successfully accelerate its digital transformation strategy. This combination creates a larger and stronger company to compete in an exciting and challenging media landscape increasingly defined by transformative technology and evolving consumer trends. As we remain its largest shareholder with a 45% equity stake upon closing the transaction, Televisa will continue to capture the upside from the significant growth potential of the combined company. This transaction unifies the two largest Spanish language markets in the world, the U.S. and Mexico.

In addition, our Content can be monetized as we expand our presence to serve the large and growing Spanish language audience around the world. This unpenetrated market represents close to 600 million people and an aggregate GDP of $7 trillion of which 50% comes from Mexico and the U.S. Hispanic market. Televisa Univision will deliver even better entertainment experiences to our valued customers as to the new customers on a global scale. We couldn't be more excited about the opportunity ahead and we look forward to updating you on our progress.

After announcing the combination, there has been value creation of almost $2 billion for Televisa shareholders and we believe there has been a mark-to-market of our stake in Univision and the $3.3 billion that we will receive from this transaction. On top of this, we view two significant sources of value creation for Televisa. First, a leading pure-play telecom business with sizable operations, a stronger balance sheet and material lower exposure to the U.S. dollar. Our best-in-class high speed Internet networks and content distribution platforms have revenue and EBITDA of over $3.5 billion and $1.3 billion, respectively. This operation also has robust long-term growth outlook given Mexico's relatively low broadband penetration at 60% of homes. This asset appears to be trading at a discount of around 40% to the 10 times EBITDA multiple of U.S. cable companies. We believe such deep discount is not supported by fundamentals.

Second, Televisa Univision will have a strong growth outlook and solid free cash flow profile to reduce leverage relatively quickly. Clearly, our new partners SoftBank and Google did not invest in Televisa Univision assuming its equity value will remain at $6 billion in the near future. Most likely, the envision and investment that will multiply over the coming years driven by digital transformation as we aim to.

Before we move to questions and answers as we have announced, our friend Salvi Folch will be leaving us after many, many years of dedication and hard work at Grupo Televisa. He has told us that he needs a well-deserved break. His contributions and insight have always been great for us. Thank you, Salvi, we really appreciate your outstanding contributions to Televisa. Salvi will remain as a member of the Board of Televisa, Salvi, you will always be missed.

Salvi Folch Viadero -- Chief Executive Officer of Cable

If I may, Alfonso, for close, I would like to thank you for your kind words. I have worked at Televisa for the last 21 years and it has been a terrific experience. I am very grateful to Emilio, Bernardo, to my colleagues or especially to you, Alfonso. You have been my boss during my entire career at Televisa and I want to thank all your support and lessons taught start throughout all these years. You have been a great tutor and a better friend. I am convinced that great things are coming for Televisa in general and for EC in particular. EC is in great hands, that Antonio has outstanding credentials and I am sure that together with a great management team in place, he will deliver strong results. I wish him all the best on his new responsibilities.

I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the investor and analyst community for their continued trust and support. Thanks.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Thank you, Salvi. Also, I mean, as previously announced, Antonio Gonzalez will take over as CEO of Cable from May 1st. Now, we are ready to take your questions.

Questions and Answers:

Operator

[Operator Instructions] First question comes from Arturo Langa with Itau. Please go ahead.

Arturo Langa -- Itau BBA -- Analyst

Hi, good morning, everyone. Good morning, Alfonso. I got two questions. My first question is regarding your opinion, your thoughts, maybe on potential of change in regulation in Mexico with regards to the amount of content mostly produced nationally for OTT platforms. I believe it's 30%, the proposal. And if you have any readings or any thoughts on how that could benefit or not, then you, Univision Televisa business or the Content business? My second question, and I think this is maybe a cut-off of Salvi had made some comments regarding the opening of the economy and what that reach will have for Cable and maybe prices, I missed that. So if Salvi could repeat that. And then just lastly, also, I would like to thank Salvi and my best wishes going forward and thanks for all the help during these last years. That would be all from my side.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Thank you, Arturo for your question. As to the first one, we understand that there are basically two proposals in terms of of modifying or new laws before Congress and have to do with the local content. We don't know whether the Senate has started the formal deliberations as to those laws. Of course as Televisa, we would like to see more local content being produced in our country as a result of the merger, of the combination of Televisa and Univision, we expect considering that we have the content engine in Mexico and we can produce high-quality content very attractively in terms of costs and efficiencies, we believe that we will be producing more in Mexico as well as in other parts, but more in Mexico specifically. So we're not aware, as I mentioned before, about the discussions in the Senate. So we want to wait and see how the outcome of that ends up being, but of course we love to see more production in Mexico.

Salvi Folch Viadero -- Chief Executive Officer of Cable

Thank you, Arturo. Regarding the second question, I don't know exactly where you did cut off, but what I mentioned is that there was deceleration on the net additions during the first quarter, that we had anticipated, so we coming back to pre-pandemic levels. Also, we have to take into account that we increased prices last September, so there is some effect there of people trying to cut some of the [Technical Issues]. We will see better trends, especially on video, where we have been having some quarters with negative net additions.

Arturo Langa -- Itau BBA -- Analyst

Thank you, Salvi. Thank you Alfonso.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Thank you.

Operator

Thank you. Our next question comes from Carlos de Legarreta with GBM. Please go ahead.

Carlos A. de Legarreta -- GBM Grupo Bursatil Mexicano -- Analyst

Thank you. Good morning, gentlemen. My question is on Cable, particularly, how we -- what has changed in the outlook of the business that you are now choosing to be so bold in the footprint expansion? And also, would it make sense to partner with a global player, like you did in the content side? Thank you. [Technical Issues]

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Hello?

Operator

Please stand by. Presenters we cannot hear you.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Can we go ahead?

Operator

Yes. Now we can hear you.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

So Carlos, thank you for your question. I don't know where I left it or what you could hear about it, but I will say that basically we are focusing on areas where we feel comfortable, where we can be very competitive, especially where the incumbent or the existing operators have under invested, and we are planning to to pass 2 million new homes this year. We believe that we have a very solid brand, as I was mentioning, competitive offers, good service, content exclusivities, and that will allow us to to gain market share in those areas. So we believe that we are also looking at very good results over the investment and it's the right time of doing this. For example, in Guadalajara, we are expanding our coverage as a result of our participation in Red Jalisco, which allows us to expand our offering to the residential areas of that city. So I think it's an opportunity for us. We have been extremely selective in terms of the places where we want to expand into, and using our strengths and using the weaknesses of the participants, we believe that these investments will be very good for us. And Salvi can expand on that.

Salvi Folch Viadero -- Chief Executive Officer of Cable

Yes, Carlos. I would only add to what Alfonso said that broadband penetration in Mexico continues to be low and there is a good pathway for growth. There are also many subscribers still using DSL or still using some networks that are inferior to what we can deliver. We have advertising at a national level, we are a well-known brand. We have been growing at a very good pace, but sometimes penetration in some of our markets, the levels that we have reached are relatively high and we do see that there are opportunities in other markets. As Alfonso pointed out, we are being very selective, we are going to determine where it makes sense and where do we have the best elements to succeed on gaining good penetration levels. And that's how we are deciding where we will be expanding our footprint.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

And as to the last part of your question, that has to do with the global partner, we never rule alternative.

Carlos A. de Legarreta -- GBM Grupo Bursatil Mexicano -- Analyst

That's very thorough. I appreciate the answer.

Operator

Thank you. [Operator Instructions] Our next question is from Alejandro Gallostra with BBVA. Please go ahead.

Alejandro Gallostra -- BBVA -- Analyst

Hi, good morning, everyone. Thank you for taking my questions. So there is one related to the Cable business. You are maintaining a remarkable revenue growth in the Enterprise segment of your cable operations. Could you provide more details about what do you see behind these growth, and also the proportion of government revenues in this line? And on the other hand, the margin in this Enterprise segment was lower time and it will be great to understand why? And my second question also related to Cable. The number of video net additions in your Cable business has been going up and down over the past several quarters, although in line with the industry. But I would like to know your thoughts about the penetration rate that pay-TV can have in Mexico given the positive touch and that is streaming services are having on a stand-alone basis? And thank you very much, Salvi, for all your great work, for happening, I wish you the best.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Alejandro, thank you for your question. I'll ask Salvi to answer it.

Salvi Folch Viadero -- Chief Executive Officer of Cable

Thanks. Thanks, Alejandro, and thanks for your wishes to me. The question regarding what's happening on the Enterprise segment. So our position has been growing faster. Starting 2019, we started improving many of the indicators of the service to try to bring additional clients. In particular when we won this project of Red Jalisco that would allow us to have some revenues that we had in 2020 and in 2021, that has helped the business. We will conclude this contract in 2021 and we are always looking for new customers and new projects that would allow us to continue with the positive trend. Our market share in the Enterprise segment is relatively low and we do see that there are opportunities to bring in additional clients. It's not that much depending on government contracts. We do have some relevant government contracts, but we do not have weighed on the government like other players have so, it needs to be a diversified business in terms of subscribers.

Regarding the second question, the video RGUs. The economic environment has been challenging over the last 12 months, there has been higher unemployment and there have been less disposable income for many of our customers. When customers are cancelling their video service, they consistently express that they have lower income and that they need to reduce some of their expenses. But sometimes it's surprising that when they cancel the bundle that has to be serviced and they go two services, they really are not saving a lot of money, but they need to make the savings and that's why we say those customers we have not lost them and we would try to bring them back. Our bundle is very, very competitive when you put the three services there. If you see our loving factor is lower to that of our competitors, so we believe that if the economy improves, we may be able to regain some of those customers. It's also a trend that people is changing the way they see video, linear channels and they are moving into OTT offers. That's why we are also moving to be an aggregator of content that we are offering all the applications on our newer set-top boxes.

I believe that penetration of pay-TV is facing challenges in some markets, but in our country, if you see the numbers, people continues to watch pay-TV and a linear TV, sorry, and it's a great way of entertaining. So I still think that it's not -- and looking at the numbers of the industry, it's not that we are seeing a general decline, but it's more specific to some of our customers. We are a post-paid trouble, so people have to pay the fee every month and that's why some of them, they have to look into alternatives, some of them go over-the-air television and some of them, they just have to cut the search.

Alejandro Gallostra -- BBVA -- Analyst

Great explanation, Salvi. Thank you very much.

Operator

Thank you. Our next question is from Maria Azevedo. Please state your company name.

Maria Tereza Azevedo -- Banco Santander -- Analyst

Hi, thank you for the call. This is Maria from Santander. My question is on the M&A opportunities, do you still see M&A opportunities in the Cable segment in Mexico? And how should we think about the future of this big cable group? Is there a room for other technologies adoptions you already have some FTTH operations as well, how do you see the cable and the fiber playing out? Thank you.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Yes, hi. Maria. Now, I mean, we're now focusing on operating the companies, operating easy growing the footprint as we have mentioned, we are planning to expand our footprint by 2 million homes. We believe that this is a very attractive opportunity for us. So we're focusing a 100% of our attention toward that and we believe that the opportunity is there.

Maria Tereza Azevedo -- Banco Santander -- Analyst

Perfect. Thank you.

Operator

Thank you. And I'm not showing any further questions in the queue, you may continue with any final remarks.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

I would like to thank everyone for joining us today. As always, feel free to contact us at any time if you have any additional questions. Thank you very much.

Operator

[Operator Closing Remarks]

Duration: 41 minutes

Call participants:

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee

Patricio Wills -- President

Salvi Folch Viadero -- Chief Executive Officer of Cable

Alexandre Penna -- Chief Executive Officer of SKY

Arturo Langa -- Itau BBA -- Analyst

Carlos A. de Legarreta -- GBM Grupo Bursatil Mexicano -- Analyst

Alejandro Gallostra -- BBVA -- Analyst

Maria Tereza Azevedo -- Banco Santander -- Analyst

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