Televisa celebrated the end of the year with a party at the National Auditorium in Mexico City, where president Emilio Azcárraga Jean said 2014 would bring big challenges.
“I hope 2013 is closing an important cycle for all of you, and that starting January 1st, we face new challenges and obviously new opportunities to grow the company,” said Azcárraga.
During the event, it was announced that Televisa reaches over 50 countries, with over 90 thousand hours of production for TV, making it the second largest content producer in the world. Univisión took the first spot over other networks in the U.S. Sky is the pay-TV leader with over six million subscribers, the company’s telecommunication networks cover close to eight million homes and over seven million cell phone users through Iusacell.
Televisa has a large Spanish-language publishing house with over 126 million issues each year. In 2013 the Televisa Foundation was created to help Hispanics in the U.S.
The event also unveiled the holiday campaign Tiempos De Amor, which featured the company’s actors and hosts. It was shot around city buildings and ends with the lighting of the tree located on the antenna at the company’s Chapultepec facilities.
The campaign also has a website featuring galleries and a variety of content, as well as the hashtag #TiemposdeAmor.