The Mexico entertainment is a flurry of Spanish activities, very endowed with creative content and very reliable journalism and reporting. Among the numerous thriving media firms, the most notable one yet is the Grupo Televisa, S.A. The Grupo Televisa, S.A is Mexico’s largest and most prosperous media firms that have managed to dominate the media scene. Unlike other media markets where firms thrive via competition, it is accurate to conclude that Grupo Televisa, S.A has no real competition and thrives by competing against itself and its targets.
Grupo Televisa, S.A serves over half of the Mexican population with daily news updates. It also provides them with entertainment and advertising services. The media firm is respected for its superior news coverage and impartial reporting. It has taken years for the company to invest in the human resources and technological edge that it has over its competitors. The investments that Grupo Televisa, S.A has made over those years have been in both television and print networks. Already, the media firm owns four television broadcasting networks that broadcast over 225 Mexican channels. The company, through these many channels, has been able to reach 90 percent of the Mexican people. In the print media segment, the company also owns the biggest existing Spanish-language printing press in the world.
The media firm, Grupo Televisa, S.A, not only asserts its presence via its infrastructure and products, but it also strives to endear the same products to the Mexican audience. Impressively, it’s endearment gimmicks always work as it currently enjoys a 70 percent viewership presence among in the entertainment market. The preference is largely attributed to the 50,000 hours’ worth of telenovelas that Grupo Televisa, S.A custom makes especially to attract and to hold on to viewers. Mexicans absolutely love telenovelas.
One of the cornerstones of Grupo Televisa, S.A’s success is, Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega. He is the firm’s current Executive Vice President. He had served the company dutifully for as long as before 1997 when he joined its executive board. He joined the board after proving his worth to the firm, and just two years later, he was elevated to sit as the chairperson of the company’s finance committee.
The Executive Vice President was once a prominent attorney who co-founded the prominent Mexican law firm Mijares. It was at the height of his legal career that he met Mr. Emilio Azcárraga, the current CEO at Grupo Televisa as his client. Mr. Emilio Azcárraga later convinced Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega to join Grupo Televisa, S.A.