The media landscape in Mexico has been evolving over the last 20 years. The industry ranges from social media, mainstream, and the entertainment. Mexico has various media outlets but the airwaves are ruled by five major companies, which include Grupo Televisa SAB, Cinemex, Grupo CIE, MVS Comunicaciones and Grupo Reforma.
The media industry in Mexico City cannot be complete with the mention of Grupo Televisa S.A.B. This is the Mexican multimedia company that is said to be the largest in the whole of Hispanic America. Grupo Televisa is also the first of all the Spanish-speaking world. When the brand Grupo Televisa pops up, one cannot fail to notice the name Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero, the Financial Officer of Grupo Televisa, S.A. This media giant has reached a business success as a major international entertainment destination. Majority of the programming airs in the US.
Who is Mr. Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero? This is the man who has been the face of Grupo Televisa SAB both locally and internationally. He is the Chief Financial Officer and the Director at Grupo Televisa SAB. He is also on the Board of Management at Grupo Televisa SAB and Innova S. de RL de CV.
With a vast experience in the media industry, Mr. Folch Viadero was previously working as the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer by Comercio Màs SA de CV and also worked as the Vice Chairman-Banking by Comisión National Bancaria y de Valores. Mr. Folch has used this vast experience to transform Grupo Televisa SAB to not only a media outlet but a force to reckon with on the international market.
Another media company is Grupo CIE, a Mexican entertainment and media company. The company has been leading in the Latin American entertainment world, with the main focus being especially on the markets of Hispanic and Portuguese languages including the Latin market of the US.
The media in Mexico has been instrumental in articulating for positive change among the people in Mexico as well as the entire Latin American region. Privately owned media companies have specifically played the role of setting agendas as well as shaping opinions.