The new unit, which will be led by Patricia Jasin, will offer production services in Mexico.

Grupo Salinas announced this week the birth of its new business unit: Azteca Estudios, under the management of Patricia Jasin, VP of Azteca Estudios and TV Azteca Internacional.

Inaugurated in 2012 by Ricardo Salinas, these studios were considered from their start as the most avant-garde and spectacular in Latin America.

Now, the company is making them available to the rest of the industry for production in Mexico.

“Azteca Estudios intends to be a true citadel of audiovisual production to concentrate 100% of the needs involved in production in one place,” said Patricia Jasin VP of Azteca Estudios and TV Azteca Internacional.

The production facilities have 25,000 m² of comprehensive services, including: 12 forums, 6,500 m² of offices, 14 post-production rooms, 46 fully equipped dressing rooms, all in the heart of Mexico City.

“Azteca Estudios is a production center with the highest international standards that provides comprehensive production services for the audiovisual industry, designed to meet the countless activities involving film, television, advertising, entertainment or live events productions”, they highlighted.

In addition, in a strategic alliance with CEFAT (Centro de Formación Actoral), the most recognized talent school in Mexico, Azteca Estudios will offer its clients access, in the same facilities, to an infinite variety of training alternatives and artistic talent.

“This innovative development, unique in all of Latin America, is a place that’s specially designed to carry out productions of excellence and quality. With Azteca Estudios, Grupo Salinas reaffirms its commitment to creating inclusive prosperity for more and more families in Mexico”, they completed.