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Univision's Mea Culpa

MAS EL QUESO GRANDE: As part of its $1 million settlement with the Dept. of Justice and the FCC in its payola case, Univision did not admit to any violation of the law. The company said in a statement that the agreement concluded a three-year investigation into the payola allegations of some former employees at Univision Music Group, which was sold in 2008 to Universal. "The actions of these employees were undertaken without the knowledge of anyone at Univision,” the company wrote. "Upon learning of these activities, Univision reported itself to the U.S. Attorney's Office and has cooperated fully with law enforcement authorities throughout the investigation process." The company has also agreed to train workers on payola restrictions, according to the FCC. (7/27a)

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