Why Salvi Ragael Folch Viadero’s Contribution to Mexican Media Dominance Cannot Be Shielded?

     Mexico has been favorably located bordering the Gulf of Mexico and the Carribean Sea. It enjoys good climate and terrain worth sight-seeing. This has seen a growth in population, but the bright side about it is that 92% of them are literate. The national language in Mexico is Spanish although there are national who speak in their native languages such as Mayan and Nahautl.

The media has a ready to listen to audience policy and due to its progression regarding policing and freedom of speech has been able to articulate issues and not sidelining with the government or coerced to act in a preferable malicious code. There less dependence on government ads has made the media industry highly independent. Some of the great minds such as Salvi Ragel Folchi Viadero have been radical in the reorganization of the main stream media.

In a large proportion, the Grupo Televisa has the greatest audience, but there are other horizontal companies such as; dubbing companies of Mexico, Cinema Chains, Broadcasting companies of Mexico, Mexican Record Labels among many others. These companies extend from radio, television and other print media like newspapers, magazines and so on.

About Salvi Ragael Folch Viadero

Mr. Salvi Viadero joined the Grupo Televisa group in 2004 and had merited moving through the ranks. He has served in a capacity of Vice President of Financial Planning, Vice President of the Administrative unit. Presently, he is the Chief Financial Controller of the Grupo Televisa. Elsewhere he has worked with the Comercio MAS SA de Cv as the CEO and CFO. He is in the banking supervisory board for the National Banking and Securities Commission.

As the financial planner for the company he is careful growing the business profitability, reduce risks/ losses and source for the best talents. In addition, he has to portray good leadership skills and develop loyal networks. He operates with a financial book with a balance of over $325 billion with a workforce of 474,000.

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