USA Today Launches Trinidad & Tobago Edition

USA Today and Trinidad & Tobago's Newsday have entered into a partnership and together launched the Trinidad and Tobago edition of USA Today, T&T's Newsday reported.

The first Trinidad and Tobago edition of the USA Today was printed yesterday in the El Socorro Pressroom and distributed to attendees at an event created around the new partnership. The new edition will be distributed directly to subscribers from Monday to Friday and also be made available at airports, airlines, hotels and several other sales outlets throughout the country, said Therese Mills, CEO and editor in-chief of Trinidad &Tobago’s Newsday.

Last month USA Today partnered with El Nuevo Dia in Puerto Rico to produce a similar newspaper in Puerto Rico.


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