MIAMI, May 21, 2013 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Diario Las Americas announces that beginning May 21, 2013, it will become a 24/7 publication, as follows:
1. Originally an evening publication, it will now become a morning newspaper and its subscribers will have access to the news early in the morning.
2. It will now be published seven days a week, Monday through Sunday.
Furthermore, with the goal of becoming closer to its readers each passing day, the newspaper will increase its number of pages and sections.
Considered by many to be the most influential daily newspaper within the Spanish-speaking community in South Florida, Diario Las Americas is capable of influencing the political agenda and becoming the main source of information about what is taking place in the Miami-Dade Hispanic community. Moreover, it is a publication recognized with significant prestige throughout the rest of the United States and Latin America.
"The future of the print media rests on three fundamental pillars: exclusive content, investigative reporting and opinion from renowned columnists. At Diario Las Americas we are working earnestly with the goal of making a difference in terms of our competition," said Manuel Aguilera, Editor of Diario Las Americas. "The option of being present every morning, 365 days a year, is going to allow us to become even more indispensable in the life of the people of South Florida. We aspire to be a necessity in the daily life of the Hispanic family."
To subscribe, please call (305) 459-4480.
About Diario Las Americas
Founded in 1953, Diario Las Americas has written the history of daily events in Spanish in South Florida, the United States, Latin America and the world.
The prestigious Diario has been and will continue to be an indispensable source of information for the Hispanic community, which represents 17% of the population in the United States.
Under the leadership of its Editor, Manuel Aguilera – previously editor of renowned newspapers in the Spanish and American markets – the newspaper is published in Miami and works with a group of highly regarded national and international correspondents.
The content of Diario Las Americas includes opinion articles, investigative reports, information about the South Florida community, society, daily classified ads, and special offers, among others. Its sections include politics, finance, sports, entertainment, interviews with personalities, theme reports, popular music, books, fashion, health, beauty, theatre, fine arts, calendar of events, night life and social events.
The newspaper can be purchased at newsstands in the counties of Miami-Dade and Broward, and is also available on-line at http://www.diariolasamericas.com
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