After four years in the company, the executive appreciates everything she has experienced and assures that she will soon announce her new professional challenge.

Through her social networks, Patricia Jasin announced to the industry that she is saying goodbye to TV Azteca, where until now she has served as VP of TV Azteca Internacional and the recently launched Azteca Estudios.

“After four years at TV Azteca I am ready for a new chapter in my life,” the executive begins by saying.

Although she does not reveal her new professional challenge, Paty Jasin promises that “great things are coming.”

In addition, she says she’s thankful for everything that has happened at TV Azteca and “the incredible people” from both TV Azteca Internacional and Azteca Estudios.

“I will be forever grateful to Benjamín Salinas, who continually trusted me throughout all these years. To Ricardo Salinas, for the great opportunity to be part of this family. To Guillermo Cueva, for his friendship. Sandra Smester, it was amazing walking by your side. To Emilio, Adrián, Mauro and the rest of the TV Azteca team, thank you for making me feel at home,”she says.

“There are too many people to list,” she continues. “It was an honor working with all of you, and I am very proud of what we have accomplished together as a team. I know there is a future full of success for all of you.”

In addition, she appreciates “the lessons, endless opportunities and companions” that enriched her time in the company.

The Argentine executive assures that living in Mexico was “the most gratifying experience she could hope for” and reveals that her new professional challenge will force her to leave the country: “I’ll miss the hell out of it!”

Last but not least, she thanks God and Beto Ciurana, who “I know is looking at me from above with pride from where I am today.”

And, about her next steps in the industry, she just promises, “I’ll keep you posted!”

Paty Jasin has more than 25 years of experience in the TV industry. She joined TV Azteca in January 2018 as VP of Azteca Internacional, since then she left Fidela Navarro vacant to launch the Dopamine studios. She came from FLY Content, a distributor that she launched together with Miki Ivcher, with whom she had worked for several years at FLI.