When it comes to technology, Mexico is the ripe opportunity. It’s the biggest economy all over Latin American besides Brazil and position 14 globally. For an economy of such a country to tremendously grow within a short period, it requires a collaboration of various sectors of an economy.
Such sectors include media companies such as Grupo Televisa headed by Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega among other companies.
Cable television is a growing sector in media industry all over Mexico. Being on the rise means that many businesses are running to take advantage of this market and hopefully generate revenue. Such companies include the Televisa managed by Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega.
Below are the three most popular cable TV companies in Mexico
Izzi is a trademark registered to Grupo Televisa but operated by Empresas Cablevision, S.A.B de C.V. The company is publicly traded on the stock exchange under the name ‘CABLE.’ Services offered include internet, telephone, and cable TV services. Through the head leadership of Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega, the company is now operating in more than 60 cities in Mexico.
Before its closure in 2014, the company operated in over eleven Mexican cities. It was owned and operated by MVS Communicaciones.
After it ceased operating, the company’s subscribers were moved to Dish Mexico, which also happens to be the parent company to MASTV.
Megacable Holdings S. A. B. de C.V operates under the name Megacable Communicaciones in Mexico. The company provides services such as mobile phone services, television, and internet services.
Megacable is headquartered at Guadalajara,, Jalisco and operates in twenty five states in Mexico.
About Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega
Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega was born in the year 1962 at Mexico, D.F. He has served on the Televisa’s board since 1997 before being elected to head the Grupo Televisa company. Before joining the company, Angoitia worked as an attorney at a New York City based law firm called White & Case LLP.
This is what inspired him to open his firm; Mijares, among the best law firms in Mexico. His exemplary leadership skills have helped Grupo Televisa navigate a rather stormy media industry.