Televisa Regional is a unit of Grupo Televisa which owns and operates television stations across Mexico. The stations rebroadcast programming from its subsidiary TelevisaUnivision's other networks, and they engage in the local production of newscasts and other programs. Televisa Regional stations all have their own distinct branding, except for those that are Nu9ve affiliates and brand as "Nu9ve <city/state name>".
Televisa traditionally has had agreements with independent station owners to supply programming for local stations. These stations were locally or regionally owned but featured Televisa programs; affiliated broadcasters included Televisoras Grupo Pacífico, with stations in five cities in western Mexico, and Tele-Emisoras del Sureste, with multiple stations in southeast Mexico. However, since 2018, many of these agreements have ended, with Nu9ve and FOROtv being multiplexed on Televisa-owned stations.
In April 2021, Televisa and US-based Univision Communications announced that they had proposed a merger between Televisa’s media and entertainment assets with Univision, which would form a new company to be known as TelevisaUnivision. The transaction was completed on January 31, 2022. Televisa Regional remained part of Grupo Televisa as part of conditions for the approval of merger by the Mexican authorities.
Locally owned stations in various regions of the country used to take NU9VE, Las Estrellas or Foro programs; most of these relationships were unwound in early 2018 as Televisa began putting FOROtv as subchannels of its owned stations. These Televisa local stations are legally considered part of Televisa for the application of asymmetric regulations.