The South American market is a growing market. It is beyond doubt that it must also grow regarding development mainly because it neighbors one of the most developed countries in the world. One way you can spot the growth in a country is through its vibrant media. A country that has a vibrant media is likely to be on the path of development or is developing rapidly, and this is the same case with the media in Mexico.
In its evolution, the media houses offer providers different services from print, radio to television. It is worth noting that there are two major broadcast television channels in Mexico, and they include Televisa and TV Azteca. These are the two top media firms in Mexico even though there are many other smaller broadcasters such as Cinemax, Evoga Entertainment, and Grupo Reforma. Local newspapers include Reforma, The News and El Economista among others. Televisa and Tv Azteca are into television broadcasting, radio, and publishing. The two large media houses also broadcast internationally and can reach to very many subscribers approximately six million subscribers.
About Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega
Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega is the current managing director and Executive Vice President of Grupo Televisa, S.A. Alfonso de Angoitia has been very instrumental in the growth of the company. He saw the company seal a deal worth $1.2 billion between Televisa and Univision.
Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega has also been sitting on the board of the company from 1977. He has helped the company achieve significant growth over the past few years. Mr. Alfonso de Angoitia also sits on others boards such as the board of Empreses Cablevision and Sky Television. He is a visionary man and also known in the business circles as a philanthropist.