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NY TIMES SPANISH SUPPLEMENT. The New York Times launched a weekly Times supplement with Guatemala's Prensa Libre on July 11. It appears every Sunday in Spanish. Prensa Libre joins a growing number of partners that publish the supplement, which is designed to complement and enhance news coverage for the local audience. The supplement, known as The New York Times International Weekly, includes news coverage, commentary, color photos and graphics about the U.S., world affairs, business, culture and social trends. The supplement is prepared in New York by a team of editors and designers from The New York Times News Service in consultation with editors from the partner newspapers. Founded in 1951, Prensa Libre is a morning tabloid with a weekday circulation of 110,000. Details: The New York Times Co., Kathy J. Park, 212-556-4059. Email: kpark@nytimes.com
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Title Annotation:Guatemala; Prensa Libre
Publication:Caribbean Update
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:2GUAT
Date:Sep 1, 2004
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