Hora Hispana Publishes Official Guide to Latin Grammy’s

Hora Hispana will be publishing the official guide to the 7th annual Latin Grammy Awards, which will be held at Madison Square Garden in NYC on November 2nd.

The guide will be featured as a special pull out section in the Wednesday, October 25th edition of Viva New York in English, and in the Thursday Oct. 26th edition of Hora Hispana in Spanish.

The October 25th coverage of the Latin Grammy's will also mark the re-launch of Viva New York. While the magazine was formerly a bilingual, part-run insert in the Daily News, the new version will be published entirely in English in the New York metropolitan area, reaching over 440,000 Hispanics.


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