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During the 1950s and 1960s, the newspaper's editorial stance was of a relatively liberal bent, under the editorship of Julio Scherer. After Scherer left the newspaper in 1976, the editorial stance became more overtly supportive of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and the Mexican establishment in general.
In January 2006 the Imagen group, owned by Olegario Vazquez Raña, acquired the newspaper, and then changing its main content.
- Michael Werbowski (February 18, 2007). "'El Excelsior': The Rise and Fall of a Great Mexican Newspaper". World Press Review.
- "Los capos del Excelsior". Area-11 (Society for News Design). April 2007.
- Excélsior official website
- Excélsior at the Mondo Times
- English translations of Excélsior articles available at nonprofit WorldMeets.US
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