A Brief Look At Media Companies In Mexico City And At Media Executive Salvi Ragael Folch Viadero

What Are Some Major Media Companies In Mexico City And What Services Do They Provide?

The biggest media companies in Mexico City include Televisa and TV Azteca. These major media outlets are often associated with sharing and promoting the official positions of the Mexican government. A major change has occurred in the media world of both Mexico City and to a lesser extent Mexico as a whole. There are now independent newspapers and outlets that no longer rely on government funds. Consequently, a number of alternative viewpoints have sprung up across Mexico in both the print and TV media area.

Jacobo Zabludovsky was a titan in the Mexico City media market. Since his passing away in July of 2015, Televisa has another prime time news reporter, Joaquim Lopez Doriga. This man, who was hired to replace Jacobo Zabludovsky is still highly influential in Mexican media and news thanks to Televisa’s large market presence.

The domination of Mexican TV and news broadcasts has now slipped from Televisa with the passing away of Jacob Zabludovsky and the rise of other media. Mexico today has over 6 different 24 hour cable news shows. This is in addition to other major networks that have morning, afternoon and nightly news broadcasts throughout the day.

Who Is Salvi Ragael Folch Viadero?

Salvi Ragael Folch Viadero is a Mexican media executive who is 50 years old. Mr. Ragael Folch Viadero presently serves as the chief financial officer at the Televisa Group S.A.B. He is also a member of the board of directors at both Telivsa and Innova, which is also known as Sky Mexico. Innova or Sky Mexico is a media company that offers paid subscription based TV content to residents of Mexico and Central America.

Previously Salvi Ragael Folch Viadero worked for a company called, Comercio Mas, S.A. de C.V. At this company, Mr. Folch Viadero held the positions of CFO and later CEO. Salvi Ragael Folch Viadero has also served as a member of the National Banking and Securities Commission of Mexico.

 

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