The Spanish broadcast system, LaVoy, is a Spanish-language broadcast broadcaster and news streaming service that is operated by Lázaro Márquez de Alvarado and operated by his brother Miguel de Alvanzal.
The Lásaro Múrtezes have had a longstanding relationship with the Spanish broadcasting system and have been the operators of LaVOY since 2007.
The Spanish broadcaster, LaCivision, has also been owned by the family since 2013, and in 2016 the family also bought the rights to the Spanish-American network Univision for $1.5 billion.
The network is a key component of the Spanish economy, broadcasting about half of the countrys total population.
The station, LaFondo, was launched in 2006 and has a network of roughly 10,000 channels and a total of almost 100 million users, according to its website.
It is the most popular Spanish-English news service, with a subscriber base of about 80 million.
LaFondos digital news portal, LaSé, has about 200,000 subscribers.
In October, LaDivo announced plans to buy LaFonde for $2.8 billion.