Mexico’s Top Media Companies and Alfonso De Angoitia Noriaga’s Influence

     The media companies play a critical role in the social, economic, political and cultural life of Mexico and America as a whole. Some of the Mexico evident media cities includes the wall posters, radio broadcasts and, the local newspapers as well as the magazines. Some of the dominating media companies that have always been in the world of television include, Televisa and CNN. Televisa, also known as the Grupo Televisa is not just a television company but a multimedia enterprise.

Various magazine companies have emerged to lead the company. The most mentioned companies include Proceso and Nexos. Emmeequis, Chilango, and Gatopardo are other magazine companies which are currently on the rise to achieve the top in the magazine domain. Some newspapers have been produced on a daily basis, with a few weekly. The leading newspaper companies include The News, Express, Esto, La Prensa, El Universal and El Financiero.

With the rising use of the online sites, a number of magazines, as well as newspaper websites, have been on the run. Some of the top online newspaper websites on that list are ReformaLa, JornadaMexico Hoy, El Financiero, Crónica and El Universal.

The Grupo Televisa, which is as well ranked one of the world’s top companies, has its Executive Vice President as Alfonso de Angoitia Noriaga. Alfonso de Angoitia is as well the company’s director, serving on the board for more than 50 years. In 2009, Angoita was made the company’s chairman of the finance committee. Apart from working in the Grupo Televisa, Angoita has also been able to work as a Substitute member of the Univision Board of Directors.

Before joining the Grupo Televisa, Alfonso de Angoitia Noriaga worked in the law firm. One of the firms including the White & Case LLP, an international law firm based in New York City. Angoita is accredited to be the founding member of the Mijares, Angoitia. The Majires is one of the currently leading law firms in Mexico. Working as a lawyer, he helped the current CEO of Grupo Televisa to legally and financially reorganize the company, thereby regaining control over the company, after his father’s death.

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