Zuania Capó-Ramos is People en Español’s new website Executive Editor

What: Zuania Capó-Ramos has joined People En Español as Executive Editor of peopleenespanol.com.She will  report to People en Español Managing Editor Armando Correa. In addition, Yoselín Acevedo has been promoted to Online Deputy Executive Editor and Tania Cháidez to Senior Web Editor. They will both report to Capó.
Why it matters: People en español, the ad revenue leader among Hispanic magazines, is investing to strengthen its digital offerings.

image001zuania-capó-ramosZuaniaCapó-Ramos has joined People En Español as Executive Editor of peopleenespanol.com, reporting to People en Español Managing Editor Armando Correa.

As the chief editor for People En Español's website, Zuania will be responsible for the brand’s video and social media strategy, and for further integrating the brand’s digital and print divisions.

Prior to People, Capó worked at  Meredith’s Siempre Mujer where she managed the editorial tone, style and voice of the brand’s online and print divisions.  She brings with her vast experience in both Hispanic and general market, having worked as Deputy Editor at The Huffington Post Latino Voices and Voces, where she was responsible for editorial content, quality control and traffic for channels targeting Hispanic U.S. and more than 15 Latin American countries.

Additionally, Yoselín Acevedo has been promoted to Online Deputy Executive Editor and Tania Cháidez to Senior Web Editor, who will be both reporting to Capó.

6e13e4a8aff0a7052e2b43b2568d72b7_400x400Yoselín joined peopleenespanol.com as an Online Editor in 2007 and served most recently as Senior Editor.

 

 

dy6NNqia_400x400Tania joined peopleenespanol.com in 2013.

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