Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega – Ensuring Grupo Televisa Grows Consistently
The field of media has been growing enormously over the past few years, and many new media companies are emerging in the media industry. However, one of the media groups that have consistently been one of the leaders in the industry is Grupo Televisa. It is one of the largest media groups in the country and is the largest media group of the Spanish speaking people. It has an extensive network across Mexico, and parts of the United States. For years, Grupo Televisa has been maintaining high standards in the quality of content it delivers to the audience, whether it is news, entertainment, sports, or any other genre. At present, the company broadcasts more than 225 Mexican channels and enjoys the viewership of the seventy percent of the country’s population.
Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega is the Vice President of Grupo Televisa, and he has helped in building a solid image of the company from the time he joined. He has assisted in implementing many of the new age mechanisms in the company’s business structure, which has helped tremendously in ensuring that the enterprise continues to grow consistently without any hiccups. From the time Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega joined Grupo Televisa in 1997, he has worked hard to make the Grupo Televisa, one of the biggest in the country and the most respectable as well. The company has expanded exponentially under his leadership and has reached out to overseas market as well, including Northern America.
Penetrating the media industry and making a firm ground were already many other media companies are present is a tough job. However, thanks to the sharp business skills and vision of Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega, Grupo Televisa has been able to achieve tremendous success in the Mexican media industry. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega has also worked as a lawyer in the past and runs a law firm as well. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega has played a vital role in the company’s expansion moves, especially during the collaboration of Grupo Televisa with Univision. It was a deal worth over $1.2 Billion, which helped the company gain access to a larger market and the resources of Univision for improving overall quality.