The Participation of Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega in the Ever-changing Media Industry of Mexico

The media sector in Mexico has revolutionized in the recent past. There is a time in the history of the sector that citizens relied on government owned companies for news. Other media companies have since come up in the television, radio, newspaper, and magazines segment. Mexican people can now delight in the ability to choose from a variety of outlets. Below are a number of the companies that have been on the top of this rapidly changing industry.

Grupo Televisa

When it comes to entertainment, Televisa is one of the top providers worldwide. The company is the largest in Mexico based on market capitalization. Headquartered in Mexico City, Televisa reaches the rest of the world through 26 pay-TV stations. It also owns several television channels in Mexico. The company is a key player in telecommunications, magazine publishing, and the equity markets in Mexico

CISA Comunicacion e Information, SA de CV

CISA Comunicacion e Information, SA de CV is a leading firm in Mexican print media. It owns one of the country’s top magazines, Proceso. Many magazines have come up in the Mexican media industry, but Proceso remains at the top since its beginning in 1977. It has been a reliable source for political news in the country for several years.

El Universal

El Universal is another leading company in the Mexican media sector. The leading newspaper in the country is adopting new technology in its distribution of news. It has since created an online platform, which can be accessed on phone and tablets. It has also invested in the social media, reaching a wider number of people. EI Universal has since grown to be one of the leading news outlets in the digital media industry in Mexico.

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega

Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega has been a major contributor to the expansion of the Mexican media industry. He currently holds executive VP post at Grupo Televisa, S.A. He also acts as the director of the company. Alfonso has also been a board member for several other companies, such as Bolsa Mexicana de Valores and Sky among others.

Prior to rising to his current position, Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega worked as the CFO. He previously worked in New York City at the White & Case LLP.