CQ Press discontinued publication of CQ Researcher en español last December.
Launched in the spring of 2003, the weekly publication targeted librarians with content on a wide range of social, economic, political, and environmental issues. Allan Grimes at CQ Press tells Portada® that the product was not popular enough among Librarians. “Hispanics seem to need more practical information,” he said. Grimes added that CQ Press will continue to promote a couple of Spanish-language books associated with CQ Researcher en español.
CQ Press is a private company belonging to the family of companies owned by the St. Petersburg, Florida based Poynter Institute, a school of journalism named after CQ (Congressional Quarterly Founder) Nelson Poynter.