Over the years, a number of media companies have come up in Mexico. But, none have been able to meet the services offered by Grupo Televisa, S.A. it is one of the largest companies in Mexico and has a wide reach in the Mexican market. Compared to the new media companies and a few old ones, Grupo Televisa has the highest number of viewership and have set a high standard for the other companies.
The people of Mexico depend largely on Grupo Televisa for their entertainment and to provide them information about the world. All of their content is independent, and it is what makes them popular with the masses. The company currently broadcasts more than 225 Mexican channels and covers about 70 percent of the total viewers in the country. The company continues to invest heavily in television and the print network. With unique presentation and independent reporting, the company is preferred over other media companies that often take sides of the different political parties in Mexico. It is the main aim of the company to provide viewers with something they have not seen before. They always depend on the feedback from their viewers to help them create new shows and channels that they would like to see.
The growing popularity of Grupo Televisa is due to its top executives. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega is the Executive Vice President of the company and has been with the company for a long time. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega has brought newer content and qualified teams to the company allowing them to offer their viewers with something that they have not experienced before. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega joined the company back in 1997 and had helped the company achieved the number one position that it is in today.
Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega worked as an attorney for a few years and also set up a law firm with the name of Mijares. After working with Emilio Azcarraga for a few years, Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega was offered a job at the company, and he happily took it. His financial knowledge has a lot to do with the company expanding rapidly and taking over the televisions of the Mexican’s citizens.