Two Hispanic Publications Divested in Knight Ridder/McClatchy Deal

In the wake of the monumental Knight Ridder acquisition, McClatchy has announced plans to divest twelve of the 32 Knight Ridder properties that it had purchased. They are:

The Monterey County Herald
The Contra Costa Times (Fronteras)
San Jose Mercury News (Nuevo Mundo)
Grand Forks Herald
Aberdeen American News
The St. Paul Pioneer Press
Duluth News Tribune
Akron Beacon Journal
Fort Wayne News Sentinel
Philadelphia Daily News
Philadelphia Inquirer
The Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Two Spanish-language publications will also be divested:The Contra Costa Times' Fronteras and San Jose Mercury News' Nuevo Mundo.


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