Content: Editorial Televisa and Efe Cut a Deal…

Editorial Televisa and Efe have recently reached an agreement under which Efe will provide Editorial Televisa with photo content for Cosmopolitan en español, Maxim en español, and Telenovelas.

Although he was not willing to discuss the terms of the agreement, Efe's Rafael Carranza did note, “I think what is important here is that these larger publications are making more of a commitment to enriching their Spanish-language content.”

As reported by Portada® last week, Efe recently inked deals with entertainment and celebrity image specialists Zuma and stock image giant Index Stock Imagery.


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