Mexican group Grupo Salinas has officially announced last Tuesday, February 16th, the birth of a new business unit, which it called ‘Azteca Estudios’. The studios were opened in 2012, and provide comprehensive production services for the audiovisual industry, with the aim of serving activities involving filming, TV, advertising, entertainment or live events productions. The new unit will be led by Patricia Jasin, VP at Azteca Estudios and TV Azteca Internacional.
‘Azteca Estudios intends to be a true audiovisual production citadel to concentrate 100% of the needs that involve a production’, said Jasin. As reported by the company, the unit, located in Mexico City, features 25 thousand square meters, and includes 12 forums; offices; 14 post production rooms; 46 equipped dressing rooms; and other facilities. Likewise, the studios have ‘the most innovative available in the market in terms of technology’, as reported by Grupo Salinas.
Azteca Estudios currently keeps a strategic partnership with the Centro de Formacion Actoral (CEFAT), a Mexican talent school, through which it offers its clients access, in the same facilities, to a variety of training alternatives and artistic talent.