NY’s El Diario Contigo Folds

New York's El Diario la Prensa has discontinued its home-delivered weekend product El Diario Contigo(200,000, Spanish, Weekly). Volatile advertiser demand was responsible for cessation.

The home delivered weekly edition reached 200,000 homes in the Queens/Bronx areas of the city. The paper published its last edition on Sunday, April 9th.

Other home delivered products in the New York market include: Hoy Fin de Semana (now published by Impremedia after its acquisition of Hoy-New York) and Hora Hispana, published by The New York Daily News.

For more information on Contigo read:

July 5, 2005
Impremedia Executives Explain the Rationale for their Launch of a Sunday Newspaper

June 28, 2005
Impremedia launches Sunday Home-delivery Newspaper 


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