One Down and One Up

Level Magazine, a monthly lifestyle publication published by entrepreneur Nicolas Ramirez ceased publication. The monthly publication, circulation 15,000, targeted affluent South Floridians and with a monthly frequency. Tatiana Angel left the position as Associate Publisher of Level Magazine last fall. 

Consumer Reports is publishing the first ever Spanish-language edition of its buying guide. With the title Guia de Compras 2010 de Consumer Reports, the Spanish-language version marks the first time that Consumer Reports’ ratings and reliability data will be available in another language. The foreword is penned by Julie Stav, a TV host and personal finance books author. Starting tomorrow, January 26, Guia de Compras 2010 will be available for $9.95 at bookstores and retail magazine outlets nationwide and on www.consumerreportsenespanol.org.

Elena Chavez, Manager, Spanish Language Outreach said, “based on our celebrated tradition of accepting no advertisements and providing unbiased reviews, Guia de Compras 2020 will help Spanish-speaking consumers navigate through advertisements, faulty claims and thousand of product options.


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