Directv was incorporated in Delaware in 2009. The Company is a provider of digital television entertainment in the United States and Latin America. It operates two direct-to-home, or DTH, business units: DIRECTV U.S. and DIRECTV Latin America, which are differentiated by their geographic location and are engaged in acquiring, promoting, selling and distributing digital entertainment programming primarily via satellite to residential and commercial subscribers. In addition, they own and operate two regional sports networks, or RSNs, hold a minority ownership interest in ROOT SPORTS Northwest and own a 42% interest in Game Show Network, LLC, or GSN, a television network dedicated to game-related programming and Internet interactive game playing. The Company face substantial competition in the MVPD industry and from emerging digital media distribution providers. Its competition includes companies that offer video, audio, interactive programming, telephony, data and other entertainment services, such as cable television, other DTH companies, telcos, wireless companies and companies that are developing new technologies, including online video distributors. The Company provides services in PanAmericana and Brazil from leased transponders on two geosynchronous satellites. Sky Mexico provides its services from leased transponders on a separate satellite. In addition, they lease a backup satellite that serves Sky Brasil and Sky Mexico. The Company is subject to government regulation in the United States, primarily by the FCC and by other federal, state and local authorities. They are subject to similar regulatory agencies in Latin America. They are also subject to the rules and procedures of the International Telecommunication Union, or ITU, a agency of the United Nations, which coordinates global telecommunications networks and services.