New Spanish-language Websites

The Denver Post launched a Spanish-language website with local news about Denver and Colorado. Denver Post al Dia (Denver Post Today) is only the second daily source of original local news in Spanish in greater Denver. The only other option is Univision's TV broadcast. Denver Post al Dia (www.denverpost.com/aldia) will appear seven days a week and will include local stories, photos and video by The Denver Post. National, world, business, sports and entertainment news. News from Mexico, Central America and South America segregated by country. The lottery, comics, puzzles and horoscope. Links to newspaper websites in Mexico, Latin America and South America. The Denver Post will also have a web page in English with news from Mexico, Central America and South America. This page will aggregate stories of interest to the Hispanic community, offer news from Mexico, Central America and South America by country, and offer many popular columnists. That page is available at www.denverpost.com/latin.

The Denver Post is published by the Denver Newspaper Agency under terms of a federally sanctioned joint operating agreement with the Rocky Mountain News.

In an effort to make its resources available to all its users, National Gypsum, a leading manufacturer of gypsum wallboard and related products, announced today the launch of the Spanish version of its award winning website. Hispanic construction professionals are now able to find all the information about the company's products and resources, including Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), submittals, guide specifications and product literature. The website can be accessed at http://www.nationalgypsum.com/espanol or by clicking the link Espanol on the website http://www.nationalgypsum.com.

Verizon Online launched a new Spanish-language Web site that makes it easier for Spanish-speaking customers to obtain information on Verizon Online DSL service. The Web site, http://espanol.verizon.com, is accessible now and offers details on pricing and packages, system requirements, online services and other helpful information. “Verizon created this Web site to ensure that the benefits of high-speed access to the Internet are available to our Spanish-speaking customers,” said Alejandra Martinez, Verizon manager for Hispanic market.

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