Grupo Televisa’s top editor, Porfirio Sanchez Galindo, certainly stands out from the crowd. As a past director for special projects with more than eight years of experience under his belt, he notes that strategy is the key to winning audiences, advertisers and markets – whether they be magazines, clicks with only limited intelligence or even collective imagination agencies as a whole. In a recent statement, his parent company, Grupo Televisa, noted that it made appointments to improve editorial proposals for all future readers and customers while seeking to use a better range of current information channels as a whole.
This company is continually seeking to expand improvements itself, never claiming itself to know it all or be fully perfect, which is what most readers and viewers alike love about the company, not to mention that Porfirio Sanchez Galindo is a top leader there. He holds multiple degrees from Carnegie and Stanford as well as years of experience in editing and supervising, among other journalistic endeavors. He holds countless endorsements and connections on LinkedIn and holds other relevant portfolio experiences, which may all be viewed online.
He’s listed for having skills in social media, search engine optimization or SEO, research, risk management, relationship management, recruiting, social networking, social media management, strict strategy, web content developing and programming, writing, Word Press, negotiation, newsletters, presentation, public relations, project management, marketing, media planning, management, leadership, job specific skills, legal, human resources, media development, event planning, editing, digital media, digital marketing, content marketing, content management, content strategy, consulting, content mediation, business storytelling, business analysis, business intelligence, business, blogging and more. This highly-sought Mexican business editor is always working hard to improve his craft and to further the business along in every way possible: Grupo Televisa is proud to have him on board. Grupo Televisa has been working hard since 1955, in which it was originally called Telesistema Mexicano; it linked Mexico’s original three television stations and brought the community together. It has come along way since. Its first building officially opened on February 1952, and many original founding pictures may be found online as well.