Mexico is one of the markets with the greatest growth in the broadcast and the telecommunications sectors in Latin America; however, this booming development has been asymmetrical, since the laws and reforms that were allegedly created to regulate competition in the sector have focalized the presence of the already existing monopolies even further, with the novelty that they now have investment in different sectors. All of this to the detriment of the audiences who were acknowledged as subjects to rights for the first time in the country’s history in 2014. The different recent legal modifications have favored the fact that these rights are up to the “good will” of the media companies, which tend to regard them and interpret them as consumers rather than as citizens.