Gone are the days when Mexico newspapers relied on ad revenue from the government. Today, the journalism has changed. Though it is said that some big TV companies concentrate more on supporting politicians instead of practicing investigative journalism. Many media outlets are on the rise; they are changing the political trends of the country. The role played by the country’s politics has been seen in local magazines and newspapers, radio broadcasts and numerous posters stuck on the walls of urban avenues.
Grupo Televisa has dominated the television industry in Mexico. There are however several other 24-hour cable TV from which residents can watch the news and several programs. Different from the past where there was only one media outlet. Mexico has a very dynamic magazine market. The leadings brands are Nexos which is said to be a bit dense and Proceso which is a compelling brand. Letra Libres is another magazine that focuses on cultural affairs and is accused of being pretentious. New brands have joined the market; they are Chilango, Emeequis, and Gatopardo.
About Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega
The great Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega was born in Mexico City on 17th January 1962. Alfonso still lives in Mexico; he graduated with a bachelor degree in law from UNAM. In 1997, he was elected to serve as a member of the board of director of Televisa group. In 1999, he was appointed the chief financial officer of Televisa. He was named the executive vice president of Televisa in 2000, and in 2015 he became a fellow of the board of directors Group Financiero Banorte. He also became the president of the board of Kardias Foundation in 2015. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega is a proud member of the group of entrepreneurs and friends of the fantastic four of televise. The group has distinguished its self through its leadership in finance. The media company has had its share of bad revenue years, but it has remained dominant in cable and satellite television in Mexico. They purchased Hevi Group and became one of the most important Spanish-language media company. Outside Televisa group, Alfonso is a member of the board of directors of Univision Communications, international television group, Operbes, Innova, Cablemas Telecomunicaciones and the American Society.