Tu Dinero: Impremedia Teams up with Julie Stav Inc.

Impremedia has partnered with Julie Stav Inc., publisher of the Spanish-language finance magazine Tu Dinero, to publish its content in its newspapers as well as to create a co-branded website. Tu Dinero ceased operations as a print vehicle (as part of partnership with Editorial Televisa), but has since re-launched online.

Commenting on Julie Stav’s decision to publish online, spokesperson Maria Gallegos said, “The conversion of Tu Dinero from its original print version published by Televisa to its new digital format came about due to reader’s request for more timely financial new and information.  Julie Stav recognized the importance of meeting her reader’s needs and the challenges of a long lead publication in achieving this, which is why she spearheaded the conversion and is now both publisher and editor of this great new digital magazine.”

Under the deal with Impremedia, Julie Stav’s content will be included in the following Impremedia titles under the name “Tu Dinero con Julie Stav”: La Opinión, La Opinión Contigo, El Diario La Prensa, La Raza, El Mensajero, La Prensa and Vista Magazine.


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