Diario San Diego Switches to Twice Weekly

Diario San Diego (Healy Media, circ. 8,000, Spanish) announced that it now will be published Mondays and Fridays. It formerly was a daily newspaper.

“Our experience of two and a half years in San Diego County has indicated that Mondays and Fridays are precisely the days that our publication is read most and has the most acceptances amongst the Spanish-anguage readers”, said Jose Santiago Healy, Diario San Diego's president and publisher.

“We at Diario San Diego have taken the decision to concentrate our efforts, resources and dedication in producing editions with even greater in depth information two days a week”, Healy added.

For the further enjoyment of its readers and advertisers the publication will increase its circulation to 30 thousand copies on Fridays and fifteen thousand on Mondays towards the end of 2006.

At the same time Diario San Diego will introduce even more attractive and quality information that the readers have grown to be accustomed to and that has made the publication receive numerous awards since it was founded in the fall of 2003.

With this change in its circulation, Diario San Diego recently started to broadcast its weekly radio magazine titled En Voz Alta on Radio Hispana 1470 AM, in which the editorial team lead by its president and publisher, José Santiago Healy, analyze the latest national, local, sports and entertainment news in the hour long live production.

Diario San Diego will continue with its daily news coverage throughout its web page at and will continue as well with its weekly participation on the San Diego Reader section called La Semana en Español which highlights the tops stories in Spanish inside the highest circulation magazines in San Diego County.


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