Maya Magazines, Inc. Changes Its Name to Maya Publishing Group, LLC

Maya Magazines, Inc. the affiliated office of GEN, Grupo Editorial Notmusa, Mexico, announced today that its business unit will henceforth operate under the name of Maya Publishing Group, LLC.

The change comes as a result of a strategic corporate restructure plan that will allow Maya Publishing Group, LLC to operate independently from GEN as it continues to focus on serving the growing and demanding US and Puerto Rico Hispanic Market with its diverse portfolio of titles with Spanish editorial content.

Maya Publishing Group, LLC initiated its operations in the US market in 2000 with the launch of TVnotasUSA, the US Hispanic version of our leading celebrity gossip and entertainment weekly publication in Mexico. In recent years, Maya Publishing Group, LLC has grown its portfolio by launching new titles, such as: H para HombresUSA, H Extremo and Record Semanario de Futbol.

The mission of Maya Publishing Group, LLC is to inform and entertain its target audience by delivering top editorial and printing quality.

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