Mexico’s media landscape is fast evolving. In the last two decades, there have been positive changes in the industry, a move that is responsible for the establishment of several media houses in the Spanish-speaking nation. Although majority of these players only occupy a small segment of the industry, big players are relied upon by millions of Mexicans to provide them with information, news, and entertainment.
Mexicans can now enjoy dozens of TV channels, thanks to the media evolution. These channels tend to focus on various segment of the market to provide news and entertainment targeting different groups. However, giants like Televisa and TV Aztec focus on providing nationwide information and entertainment. Televisa is known for its quality contents and good coverage. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega, the executive vice president of Grupo Televisa SA, is proud of the achievements that have been made by his firm’s TV channel over the years.
In Mexico, radio remains as one of the big sources of information, news, and entertainment. With the current technology, it is possible to stay tuned regardless of one’s location. The high number of radio listeners has seen many players scramble for a piece of the radio frequencies. Notably, CNN ranks as one of the key media houses in the country.
In print media, the mainstays are Proceso and Nexos. However, entrants such as Chilango, Gatopardo, and Emeequis are working hard to reduce the market share of the two companies. Esquire and GQ dominate the magazine market. The other magazine brands are Zocalo, Vertigo, and Gatopardo.
About Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega
Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega is a Mexican media expert and corporate leader. He is the managing director Grupo Televisa SA. He has served in the board of the company for a decade. Through his visionary leadership, he has been able to enhance the corporation’s growth.
Notably, Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega has a sound educational background. In addition, he boasts of having vast leadership experience. Previously, he worked as Grupo Televisa SA’s chief financial officer. In addition, Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega worked for White & Case LLP, which is based in New York.