NAHP Signs Agreement with El Universal

All active members of the National Association of Hispanic Publications, Inc. (NAHP) who are subscribers to the Universal News Service and syndicated services of the El Universal News Service are eligible to receive a special rate for those services thanks to an agreement ratified recentlly by the NAHP and the Mexican daily El Universal.

As a result of the agreement, all publications associated with the NAHP will pay a preferential rate for services provided by this prestigious agency that offers news and photographs of excellent quality of the latest developments in the Mexican and Latina American region.

With this agreement, members of the NAHP will be able to inform the millions of Hispanics who live in the United States about the latest developments in their countries of origin.

Special rates for weekly newspapers include the following products and services: Newswire services and photographs, Syndicated specials with photographs, the weekly page “En Numeros,” with statistics and results of the Mexican soccer league.


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