Wedding Magazine Bodas Signs Deal with AOL Latino

U.S. Hispanic wedding magazine Bodas has just signed a content sharing agreement with AOL Latino, publisher Lilian de la Torre tells Portada: “This new agreement truly is the ‘perfect marriage,’ as we will be able to provide our web visitors with more content. [Our site] will have AOL Latino “Tu Vida” teasers for their wedding-related content, and AOL Latino will provide their visitors with original wedding-related content for Latinos via Bodas USA La Revista articles and photos.”
 
The company has also just signed a pivotal distribution agreement with Source Interlink, a major magazine distributor. De la Torre says they are hopeful that the Winter 2008/Spring 2009 issue will be available at Borders bookstores as a result of the agreement.
 
Source Interlink also distributes to major retailers like Target and Wal-Mart, and De la Torre says that the company would welcome distributing through those stores as well.
 

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