The Mexican media industry has many options for accessing news and information in the country. The popular magazines in Mexico City have an online presence. The leading newspapers are also investing in having a dominant online presence. Most people read newspapers on the internet from their phones and computers. This is due to the penetration of smartphones into the Latin America market and the print media has no choice other than to shift the strategy to focus on internet.
Most young people use social media to catch up with politics and share their opinions as well as take part in public debates. Some of the magazine firms in Mexico like Animal Politico have partnered with other firms such as Oxfam to make their presence heard in the Mexican media industry.
Radio in Mexico have a robust presence in the media industry. They air various Spanish speaking shows and play music to the listeners and also have English shows for their fans at the border. Just like magazines, the radio stations also offer their services through live streaming on internet.
Television services in Mexico are available both on free broadcast and pay TV just like it is in many parts of the world. The most popular shows on Mexican television are sports, soap operas, reality shows, and news. Most of the Mexicans prefer to watch paid TV because it airs their preferred programs as compared to the free broadcasting channels. One of the most popular pay TV services in Mexico’s Grupo Televisa that is headed by Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega.
The executive vice president of Grupo Televisa is Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega since the year 2000. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega is also the founding partner of Cortés y Fuentes and Mijares. He is also a director at the American School Foundation. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega is recognised and respected because of his contribution to TV services in Mexico.