Alfonso De Angaita Noriega Is the In-disposable Treasure of the Grupo Televisa

Alfonso De Angaita Noriega Is the In-disposable Treasure of the Grupo Televisa

     Mexico; the Spanish speaking nation is well developed regarding communication technology; media and entertainment. Media has evolved from the primitive era when a journalist would be held hostage for airing their views since then freedom of speech was limited and controlled by the government or some top authority. Apparently, the industry freely expresses different opinions without being coerced to a certain direction.

The Grupo Televisa is the oldest media company in Mexico having been established in 1950, although it presently has other auxiliary units within the parent company. Other top companies in the land include MVS Comunicaciones founded in 1967, Cinemex of 1993 and the recent one Evoga Entertainment of 2000. The Grupo Televisa opened a newspaper company, Grupo Reforma, 1922 and Grupo CIE OF 1990. These companies are headquartered in Mexico City and Broadcast within it.

About Alfonso de Angoita Noriega

He is the managing director and the Executive Vice President of the Grupo Televisa, S.A. which is a media company and the largest among the Spanish speakers. Alfonso de Angoita is passionate about rising above the bar, and with this, he has been able to move the Grupo Televisa forward. Through his position, he has masterminded the financial planning of the company and closed a $1.2 billion contract with the Univision.

Before joining the Grupo Televisa, Alfonso de Angoita Noriega worked with the White & Case in the New York City. He is the founding partner of the Mijares law firm where he was in charge of administration and finance. As the legal expert, he was the personal counsel of Grupo Televisa’s Chief Executive Officer, Emilio Azcarraga after the death of his predecessor and father Emilio Azcarraga Milmo. He has a law degree from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM).

At the Grupo Televisa, Alfonso Angoita has been a director, executive member and now the group’s V.P. he has been associate director for the Formento Economico Mexicano, Grupo Financiero Banorte, Empresas Cablevision and the Pepsi Bottling Group Mexico. Alfonso has been philanthropic through the American School Foundation and as the board of trustee of the Kardias A.C.

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