‘Diario Las Américas’ Changes to a Morning Newspaper

diarioMiami-based Diario las Américas today became a morning newspaper and announced it will now be printed Monday through Sunday.

Founded over 60 years ago, Diario las Américas earlier this year was acquired by an investor group led by Nelson Mezerhane, a Venezuelan businessman, who want to turn it into South Florida's most important newspaper. The newspaper also announced it will increase its number of pages and sections.

"The future of the print media rests on three fundamental pillars: exclusive content, investigative reporting and opinion from renowned columnists. At Diario Las Américas we are working earnestly with the goal of making a difference in terms of our competition," said Manuel Aguilera, Editor of Diario Las Americasin a prepared statement. "The option of being present every morning, 365 days a year, is going to allow us to become even more indispensable in the life of the people of South Florida. We aspire to be a necessity in the daily life of the Hispanic family."


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