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Porfirio Sanchez Galindo, One of the Young, Shining Lights in Mexican Media

Editorial Televisa is one of the leading media companies in South America. It is a subsidiary of Grupo Televisa and is based in Mexico City. The company specifically deals in the commercialization and distribution of magazines written in Spanish in 19 South American Companies. The print media that the company deals in is not only limited to magazines but also includes comic books, periodicals and print albums. The company also runs a community blogs, Toque de Queda, run by media professionals associated with Editorial Televisa. At its helm is the young but capable, Porfirio Sanchez Galindo.

Porfirio Sanchez Galindo has been the company’s Chief Executive Officer of Editorial Televisa for a period slightly exceeding two years now. Before that he previously worked as the Corporate Vice President and Chief of Staff at the same organization for more than ten years. Before joining Televisa, he had the privilege of working as the Chief of Staff for the Mexican Finance Ministry. This government role was his first job, and it said a lot of his capabilities that he could be entrusted with such a critical position at such a tender age.

Mr. Galindo’s contribution to Editorial Televisa thus far cannot be understated. At the time of assuming the reigns of leadership, his specific mandate was to win new markets, audiences, and advertisers for the company. In the time since he has been able to do just that but more effectively using the variety of information channels available at the disposal of the company. It is not surprising, therefore, that many of the company’s clients such as National Geographic, Disney, and Cosmopolitan seem quite satisfied with the quality of service being delivered by Editorial Televisa.

Porfirio Sanchez Galindo has gotten to where he is today solely through merit. He has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Applied Mathematics from ITAM University in Mexico. He also completed an executive course offered by through the Stanford Executive Program at Stanford Graduate School of Business. His most recent educational qualification is a certificate earned at the Institute for Software Research at Carnegie Mellon University.

 

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Securus Technologies Keeping a Local Community Safe

Part of my duty as a crime scene investigator is to collect evidence quickly enough that we can make a profile of the suspect and get officers to that suspect as fast as possible. We were dealing with a criminal who was robbing local businesses after hours, making off with several hundred thousand dollars of product in only a few weeks. The way he robbed these locations was the same, so we knew we were dealing with the same suspect.

 

Although we had a description of our suspect, we needed help finding out his real identity so we could close the books on this case before another shop was burglarized. We posted information on several news websites and even handed out flyers, but no one was able to help us identify this suspect. One thing I have learned in all my years in law enforcement is that criminals love to brag, we just needed to go where there would be a ton of them in the same place.

 

Our investigation took us to the local prison, and we let the inmates know why we were in town. Securus Technologies is responsible for the installation of the new inmate telephone monitoring system the corrections officers are using to listen to the prisoners on the phone. We discovered very quickly that they began talking about our visit to their family and friends right out of the gate. Once call was very interesting to my team.

 

The Securus Technologies system picked up chatter from an inmate warning his brother not to buy any stolen property for a while. Although brief, we thought this could be a lead that may pan out. This person had already bought stolen goods from our suspect, and his cooperation led us right to the fugitive and his ultimate arrest.

 

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Alfonso De Angoitia Noriega – Unordinary

With the way things are going in the current world economy, it’s no surprise to see that Mexico’s media has likewise jumped on board the bandwagon of lies and misconstrued concepts to formulate opinions and strategies that are no longer cohesive, coherent or hold any valid assumptions whatsoever. In fact, Mexico has recently gone so far as to lie to the very faces of the executive producers of the media itself. In the last few years alone, inner corruption, drug trafficking and many other issues that hold financial factors in a correlated manner affected Mexico in every way possible.

As such, commentators, journalists and even TV analysts and reporters have made every attempt to to get to the bottom of the facts and cover the truth while holding to their integrity. The difficult part is this: Many have not done so due to the pressure placed by mainstream media and by some of their top correspondents – those with power and influence – which have offered other perspectives to be presented to the table for higher wages and bonuses offered. When money is involved, people usually have a harder time telling the truth and sticking with the facts, throwing integrity under the table for a bit of extra cash, even in an economy that begs for it.

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Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega was born in 1962. He’s a director. He’s an Executive Vice President.

He’s a Spanish and English speaking media representative. He works for the largest media company in Central America. The company’s known as Grupo Televisa, S.A.

Let’s face it cut. It’s hard to stick to the facts, especially when you’re very life salary’s on the table. Indeed, many of Mexico’s top media companies have lied blatantly and disrespected many former news correspondents in efforts to get to the bottom of the truth.

What is the truth, some ask? It is hard to answer as it varies from person to person, they say. With such relativistic thinking, it’s even harder to discern among the facts what is true and what is not as well as what’s worth listening to.

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