Grupo Joly

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Grupo Joly is a Spanish publishing company which started operating in Andalusia, southern Spain. Grupo Joly initially sold 100,000 copies a day in 2002 and reached 400,000 readers daily in the western part of the Andalusia region, when it started publishing Diario de Cádiz in 1867.

Publications[edit]

Grupo Joly's publications include eight Spanish dailies:

  • Diario de Cádiz
  • Diario de Jerez
  • Europa Sur
  • Diario de Sevilla
  • El Dia de Córdoba
  • Huelva Información
  • Granada Hoy
  • Málaga Hoy

Management[edit]

  • José Joly Martínez de Salazar
  • Rosario Joly Palomino
  • José Joly Palomino
  • Joaquina Martínez de Salazar Bascuñana
  • Joaquín Joly Martínez de Salazar
  • Rosa Joly Palomino

Editors[edit]

  • Manuel Clavero Arévalo
  • José Luis Ballester
  • Carlos Colón Perales
  • Manuel Concha Ruiz
  • Francisco Ferraro
  • Rafael Padilla

Directives[edit]

  • José Joly Martínez Salazar
  • Tomás Valiente
  • Javier Moyano
  • Juan Carlos Fernandez
  • Javier Ysasi
  • Javier Tovar
  • José Juaquín León
  • José Antonio Carrizosa
  • Manuel Jesús Florencio
  • Angel Navarro
  • Pablo Joly
  • Javier Prieto
  • Ignacio G. Cosgaya
  • Fernando de Parias
  • Tomás Díaz

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