Hoy Los Angeles Moves to Weekly, Hoy Chicago Continues as Daily

Hoy, the Spanish-language paper that reports to the marketing side of the Los Angeles Times (Tribune), is switching from daily to weekly. As part of this change, Vivelohoy.com will join Hoy and reverse-publish content as branded entertainment pages in each week’s edition, as well as introduce new video content to the site in the process (for more information, click here).


Hoy Chicago stays with daily Frequency

Hoy Chicago, another Spanish-language newspaper owned by Tribune, will continue to be published on a daily basis. Hoy Chicago announced cost-cutting measures as it finalized a 5 week program to step-up, recruit, train, install and launch an efficient and high-performing operation. To read General Manager/Publisher memo to employees, please click here.


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