Anibal Torres leaves Mundo Hispanico

Anibal Torres has left Mundo Hispanico, the weekly Spanish-language newspaper in Anibal TorresAtlanta, GA owned by the Atlanta Journal Constitution (Cox Communications). Torres has been working as the  publisher of El Mundo Hispanico for the last six years. "I enjoyed my six years in Atlanta leading a great team of professionals.," Torres tells Portada. "We substantially improved and increased our portfolio of products during my tenure. Mundo Hispanico is the main source of information in Atlanta. I wish my team all the  best for the future". Going forward,  Torres will be pursuing other opportunities. A replacement for Torres at the helm of Mundo Hispanico has not been announced yet.


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