There is no any other country among the Spanish Speaking Countries of Latin America that has more television networks, publishers, radio stations and newspaper outlets than Mexico. Politics is a major defining factor in the coverage done by the mainstream media in Mexico, with the two major newspapers being El Nacional and El Proceso. The former is pro-government while the latter appears to be the government watchdog. The largest newspaper group in the country is Organización Editorial Mexicana (OEM). The major daily is Excélsior, while the largest publishing group in Mexico is Novedades Editores.
Agencia Mexicana de Información, Infomex, Noti-Acción, Notipress and Notimex are the five major news agencies operating in Mexico. Of these news agencies, Infomex stands out as the largest with up to 100 offices that are spread in various parts of the country. Mexico city is the hub upon which all these agencies are based.
About Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero
Born in August 1967, Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero serves as Grupo Televisa’s Chief Financial Officer. Additionally, he is also the CFO and CEO of Comercio Más, S.A. de CV. From 2002, Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero has steadfastly served as both the CFO and VP of financial planning at Grupo Televisa, S.A.B. His success in handling these various roles is made possible by his vast experience in the financial world that he has had over the years.
Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero has also had the privilege to serve as the Financial Planning at Grupo Televisa S.A.’s VP and Comercio Mas, S.A.’s Financial and General Manager. As if that is not enough, Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero was one of the most active members of the Boards of Mexder. He has also been a force to reckon with in the banking sector when he was the Vice Chairman of the National Banking and Securities Commission.