Intereconomía Corporation

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Intereconomía Corporation
Industry Media
Founded 1995
Founder Julio Ariza
Headquarters Calle Modesto Lafuente 42, Madrid, Spain
Products Radio stations, a national broadcast channel, newspaper and magazines
Owner Independent
Number of employees
600–800
Parent Intereconomía Group
Website [1]

Intereconomía Corporation is a Spanish media group which owns radio stations, a national broadcast channel, newspaper and magazines. The chairman is Julio Ariza, who is also the main stakeholder.[citation needed]

Intereconomía headquarters are located in Madrid, but it also has offices in Barcelona and Valencia, where over 600 employees currently work. The corporate logo is a bull, inspired by the famous bull statue located on Wall Street.[citation needed]

According to his principles Intereconomía defends the sanctity of human life, individual freedom and free enterprise, and Spanish unity.[citation needed]

History[edit]

Intereconomía was created in 1995. It started as small radio station broadcasting finance information. Since then, it has increased its influence in the Spanish media spectrum.[citation needed]

Its expansion eventually led to a corporate simplification into 5 companies related to its core business: radio, TV, newspapers, online, events and films.[citation needed]

Shows[edit]

The company's most popular TV shows are El Gato al Agua and Punto Pelota. Intereconomía is good at reporting hard news because of his live connections and debates. Its ratings soared when the 15-M demonstrations took place Spain and whenever Real Madrid plays against F.C. Barcelona.[citation needed]

Publications[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Intereconomía cierra 'La Gaceta'". Telecinco (in Spanish). 26 December 2013. Retrieved 17 December 2014. 

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