The photos in Arellano's exhibit uphold the paper's claim of being "campeón de los hispanos," or champion of Hispanics. Erica Gonzalez, the executive editor of El Diario-La Prensa ... is no signature style to his photography; he never had any formal.
Founded as a weekly under the title La Prensa in 1913 in lower Manhattan, the paper merged with El Diario de New York decades later, leaving it with a compound name, according to The New York Daily News. Today, El Diario/La ... print to digital and the.
Arcilla cites a camera film brand as perhaps the best example—being replaced by digital photography. He also mentions the failed ... Spanish girl with a beer mug on the front page of Diario de Manila. Lyle’s Golden Syrup, manufactured by United Kingdom.
Candido Rios Vazquez, a crime reporter for the newspaper Diario de Acayucan, was at least the ninth journalist ... Sign up today for unlimited digital access to our website, apps, the digital newspaper and more.
Candido Rios Vazquez, a crime reporter for the newspaper Diario de Acayucan, was at least the ninth journalist slain this year in Mexico. The State Commission for Attention and Protection of Journalists and Cecilio Perez Cortes, deputy editor at Rios.
In 1963 “La Prensa” merged with “El Diario de Nueva York” and took its current denomination ... a partnership with El Diario for the preservation of its 1980-2012 photo collection. Part of that collection is showcased in an exhibition that.
The Interior Department's deputy secretary for human rights, Roberto Campa, said the initial investigation suggests Candido Rios Vazquez of the newspaper Diario de Acayucan was not the attackers' target. He did not provide any additional details.
A woman shouts slogans holding a photo of Mexican journalist Miroslava Breach, gunned down in the northern state of Chihuahua. Photo: AP Shutting down the print and digital operations ... At least 38 journalists have been killed in Mexico since 1992.
His absence is felt deeply, although his presence is everywhere — a large photo of Valdez displaying his middle finger ... following the killing of its director in 2004. In 2010, Diario de Ciudad Juarez addressed the drug cartels publicly with a front.