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In the YouTube video "EMILIO EL TIGRE AZCARRAGA FUNDADOR DE TELEVISA", Emilio El Tigre Azcárraga discusses his life and work, including his efforts to build Televisa into a successful television network. He also discusses his reaction to the 1985 earthquake in Mexico City and his efforts to help the city recover. Finally, he speaks out against the U.S. government's attempt to take over Televisa.

  • 00:00:00 In the video, Guía Stinger introduces Mexican giants Emilio El Tigre Azcárraga and his father, Álvaro Obregón, who was executed after leading the most violent and bloodiest Mexican Revolution of the century. The country is divided and the dream of establishing a constitution in 1917 is in danger, but a new generation of leaders will emerge. These men, each giants in their own way, will change history and propel their country to greatness.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, Emílio El Tigre Azcárraga, founder of Televisa, tells his story of how he came to be one of the leading figures in Mexican television and how he changed the industry. He also discusses his late wife, Regina Schöndube, and their daughter who died shortly after birth. Emílio talks about how he recovered from this tragedy and how he has resumed his work at Televisa.
  • 00:10:00 In 1955, Emilio El Tigre Azcarraga founded Televisa. He quickly became involved in sales and, within a few years, became the company's vice president of sales. He was then responsible for selling television ads to major Mexican brands. By the late 1950s, Televisa had consolidated its system with the merger of channels 2 and 4 of Emilio Azcarraga Vidaurreta, 4 and 5 of Romulo O'Farril, and 5 of Guillermo González Camarena. This made Televisa the largest television network in Mexico. Televisa's sales doubled during Emilio's tenure, making it an historic record. The company's "magic box" ceased to be an elite privilege and began to be more accessible to the general public. Emilio had a dream, and this project became reality with the help of Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, architect of the Aztec stadium, and Rafael Mijares Alcérrea. Only if we can build it can we have the next World Cup in our hands. This stadium will be 40 meters tall, with a concrete and steel visible from several kilometers away. It will seat 105,000 spectators
  • 00:15:00 In the video, Emilio El Tigre Azzarraga, founder of Televisa, discusses his experiences and how he has been able to help the company grow. He talks about the pressures he is under and how he is not able to continue supporting Azteca, which needs to be ready for the Olympics before costs increase even more. He asks for people's trust and confidence, and promises that the costs associated with the stadium will be recovered quickly. Emilio also talks about his new website,, which offers online learning platforms for success in the digital world. He confesses that he is a bit crazy, but believes that with hard work and determination, anything is possible. Finally, Mazda cx3 2018 white player is introduced and Emilio warns about overspending. They say that you'll be all alone up there, but that's not what really matters to me. I believe that there is always another way, one that starts with us and grows together. But others will think that we're better off when you act, but I'm afraid Marathón will be the loser.
  • 00:20:00 Emilio El Tigre Azcarraga is the founder of Televisa. Las 8 por Lifetime aired his imagination into reality and I believe in this dream. Our successful flight plan marked the difference and led to the recognition of all of Mexico. Our time is the time for what? Aeroméxico presents giants of Mexico this night at 10pm. There are many new things to see. These treasures have never been seen before. I want to review it all more objects while we discover them better. This becomes more of a character when the hunt begins. The more is discovered, the more people think it's garbage. But for me, this is heaven for treasure hunters. Episode debuting Sunday at 8pm. For history Bucarest: Good and write. Stop the car. No, no. [Music] It's okay. You convinced me. And I'm going to help you. Doll Emilio has requested that his administrative staff allocate TeleSistema Mexico the financial responsibility for Aztec Stadium. Now we go. We're building 120,000 tons of concrete and steel at 40 meters deep--an empire in the making. It's already
  • 00:25:00 The video features Emilio El Tigre Azcáraga, founder of Televisa, and discusses his vision for the future of television. According to Azcáraga, Mexico could be the world's first country to have its own satellite television network, and satellite services could be used to accelerate the penetration of education across the country. His proposal - to establish a national satellite television network - is visionary, but risky. The president decides to continue supporting the use of microondas, which is a unexpected but unanticipated setback for Azcáraga. Nevertheless, he remains confident that his company - Televisa - will be the future provider of television services, reaching everyone on Earth. The video also features performances by Antonio Aguilar and his horse Flor Silvestre, Jarocho music, and the Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán.
  • 00:30:00 In the video, Emilio El Tigre AzcarraGA, founder of Televisa, is interviewed about the recent government takeover of the media. He states that the Mexican government is reacting negatively to the critical coverage of the events in Tlatelolco. The government has decided to strengthen its control over the media and is establishing a government-controlled media conglomerate.
  • 00:35:00 Emilio El Tigre Azcarraga, a Mexican business magnate and founding partner of Televisa, discusses the importance of technology in the fight against viruses. He describes how the XL3 br antiviral formula directly targets the virus, and how it can help relieve symptoms of the common cold. Emilio also discusses the history of his family's tequila empire, and how it has helped to keep Mexican culture alive. Finally, he offers advice to politicians and businessmen on how to make the most of their opportunities.
  • 00:40:00 In 1970, Mexican engineers introduced the world to the technique of instantaneous replay of football matches, which had not been done before on a global scale. This led to a fierce competition between Azcárraga's Televisa and independent television networks, as well as migration of some of the biggest stars in the entertainment industry to Televisa. However, by the early 1980s, Televisa's profits had decreased due to strong competition from independent television networks. This led to layoffs of many employees, including Azcárraga's son.
  • 00:45:00 This video features Emilio Azcárraga Vidaurreta, founder of Televisa, who died in 1972. Azcárraga discusses his life and legacy, and shares some of his favorite stories. He also provides tips for aspiring entrepreneurs. The new season of "Caza de Gigantes" is also being featured.
  • 00:50:00 This YouTube video is about Emilio El Tigre Azcáraga, the founder of Televisa. Azcáraga's father would not have been happy with his son's success, as Azcáraga's father is no longer alive. Azcáraga is doing everything he can to keep the Televisa network that he built, which took so much effort, as the new president of Televisa. He makes a decision that is unforgivable and tells his employees to pass. As of November 28, 1972, the Mexican television and television network independent agreement was signed. Televisa began operating satellite television service on January 8, 1973. Azcáraga's father, Pedro Ramirez Vázquez, shows Azcáraga the new image of the company. Televisa has 10 horizontal lines that form an oval and represent the world as seen by television. The television network begins operations on January 8, 1973. Azcáraga's media conglomerate, which began to grow in the early 1990s, would bring entertainment to all Mexican citizens and over 100 countries with its programs in 23 languages. However, Azcáraga's restless character called him towards his next challenge
  • 00:55:00 In 1985, a major earthquake struck Mexico City, killing thousands of people. Emilio Azcárraga Milmo, the founder of Televisa, responded by immediately providing financial and logistical support to the city's reconstruction. In 2004, Azcárraga Milmo was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his work. Azcárraga Milmo is known for his commitments to social justice, including his support of workers affected by the 1985 earthquake and his efforts to help them recover from their own crisis. However, recent news reports reveal that the U.S. government is attempting to pressure Televisa into selling its television network to a foreign company, a move that Azcárraga Milmo believes would be disastrous for Mexican television and the Mexican economy as a whole. Azcárraga Milmo is fighting back, using his own money and resources to support his employees and rebuild homes destroyed in the earthquake. He is also using his voice to speak out against the U.S. government's attempt to take over Televisa. In the end, Azcárraga Milmo believes that it is up to him and his team to fight for Televisa's survival--and he is determined to do so until the

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This video is a tribute to Emilio El Tigre Azcáraga, the founder of Televisa. Azcáraga was a visionary who changed the landscape of Spanish-language broadcasting. He risked everything to make his dream a reality, and ultimately succeeded in reaching millions of people around the world. His legacy continues on through Televisa today.

  • 01:00:00 This video features Emilio Azcárraga, the founder of Televisa. It tells the story of Emilio and his quest to find a man who risked everything to become successful. I believe in this dream, and I'm excited for tomorrow's giants in Mexico. More than just a greeting, it means success is guaranteed. We have a trust, and we have another because behind a great business is pressure from Marco. Our new episodes are coming, and we've taken all the hammers out of the toolbox. We're using this: 10 minutes to work on our design, and 3 hours to bring our mouth and hammer to bear. Good luck, carpenters! Our challenges are on fire--episode premiere on Monday at 10 PM.
  • 01:05:00 This video showcases Emilio El Tigre Azcáraga, the founder of Televisa. Azcáraga's goal was to provide a Spanish-language news service to millions of people around the world, and he succeeded with the help of businessman Jerry Perenchio. Televisa now owns a minority share in Univision, and Azcáraga's death marks the end of an era for the company.

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