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Joaquín Vargas Gómez

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Joaquín Vargas Gómez 28 September 1925 – 28 November 2009 was a Mexican media mogul and owner of MVS Comunicaciones, a conglomerate that owns a radio station group known as MVS Radio, with stations in Mexico and in many Latin American countries, as well as some in the United States He also founded Corporación Mexicana de Restaurantes CMR, an owner and operator of various restaurants

Contents

  • 1 Early life and education
  • 2 Career
  • 3 Retirement and death
  • 4 References

Early life and education

Vargas Gómez was born in Mexico City, but considered himself an adopted child of Linares, Nuevo León In Mexico City, he attended Secondary School No 3 and the Heroico Colegio Militar, where he graduated with the rank of sublieutenant He went to the military school because he did not have the means to attend a private university He also took courses in business administration from the Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresas IPADE

Career

Vargas was an entrepreneur who created dozens of businesses in a variety of fields, including tool factories and gas stations in the Mexico City area In 1965, on a visit to the United States, Vargas was impressed by the quality of the stereo sound in his car On April 15, 1967, listeners in Monterrey were treated to the launch of Mexico's first stereo FM station, Stereorey, named for its stereo audio and for the city where it first launched Stereorey would later become a national network, as Vargas acquired concessions for additional FM radio stations at a time when the band was mostly ignored and most cars sold in the country only had AM radios By the 2000s, MVS Radio, the group built from those initial stations, operated four formats and two national networks Another audio business that sprang from Vargas was Programusic, a Muzak-like service offering CD-quality audio for businesses and convention centers Shortly after he founded Stereorey, he became the president and director general of another innovative broadcaster based in Monterrey, Televisión Independiente de México TIM After leaving TIM, he returned to television in 1976 by founding Telerey, the first production and postproduction center in Mexico

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, MVS expanded to television, initially using the Telerey name MVS established the first MMDS broadcast system in Mexico, known as MVS Multivisión and later rebranded MásTV Multivisión was considered the only true challenger to Cablevisión in the 1990s

Vargas also founded the Corporación Mexicana de Restaurantes Mexican Restaurant Corporation or CMR, a company that today owns 132 restaurants including concepts such as Los Almendros and Restaurante del Lago, as well as franchises of Chili's, Olive Garden and Red Lobster The first location of the concept that launched CMR, Wings, was established in a retired North Star DC-4 parked near the Mexico City International Airport

Through his life, Vargas served in a variety of industry capacities, including a term as president of the National Chamber of the Radio and Television Industry CIRT, the national association of broadcasters, as well as seats on the boards of CONCANACO, Banamex, the Universidad Anáhuac and El Universal newspaper

Retirement and death

In 1996, Vargas retired from MVS and CMR, leaving the businesses in the hands of his children He died on 28 November 2009 of natural causes, after having suffered from Parkinson's disease since the 1990s; President Felipe Calderón issued an official statement lamenting the loss of "a businessman who contributed to the development of the radio industry in Mexico"

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Muere el fundador de MVS Joaquín Vargas" La Jornada in Spanish 29 November 2009 Retrieved 23 March 2017 
  2. ^ a b c d Meraz, Carlos 15 April 1997 "Joaquín Vargas Gómez: Multivisionario de los medios" Reforma in Spanish 
  3. ^ a b c d e Viayra Ramírez, Mariana 29 November 2009 "Murió Joaquín Vargas, prominente empresario, pionero de la radio en Frecuencia Modulada y fundador del Grupo MVS Comunicaciones" La Crónica de Hoy in Spanish Retrieved 23 March 2017 
  4. ^ Pallares Gómez, Miguel Ángel 15 July 2016 "El emprendedor de los Vargas" El Universal in Spanish 
  5. ^ a b c "Adiós Don Joaquín" ARVM in Spanish 1 December 2009 Retrieved 23 March 2017 
  6. ^ Santiago, Judith; Huerta, Eduardo 3 April 2016 "CMR, la historia que empezó en un avión" El Economista in Spanish Retrieved 23 March 2017 
  7. ^ "El Presidente Calderón y su esposa, expresan sus condolencias por el fallecimiento de Joaquín Vargas Gómez, fundador de MVS Comunicaciones" Presidencia de la República in Spanish 28 November 2009 Retrieved 23 March 2017 

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