El Pais Expands Distribution of its Global Edition in Argentina and DR

The global edition of Spain’s El Pais newspaper will be distributed by Argentina’s La Nacion (daily circulation 160,000 and Sundays 250,000) El Pais had been published in Argentina since 1999.

With the La Nacion agreement the Spanish newspaper will have an Argentinean circulation of 13,000. El Pais calls its online edition “the global newspaper in Spanish.” In Latin America it is printed in Buenos Aires, Mexico, Dominican Republic and Brasil.

In May, El Pais signed a distribution and advertising sales agreement with the Dominican group Multimedios del Caribe. Multimedios del Caribe has interests in print media (El Caribe), radio (CDN), televisión (CDN) and Internet (online edition of El Caribe). El Pais owner Grupo Prisa and Multimedios del Caribe intend to extend their cooperation to other types of media.


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