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Interviú (a Spanish Anglicism for "interview") is a Spanish magazine.
History and profile
Interviú was established by a group led by Antonio Asensio in May 1976. The magazine is published by Grupo Zeta that is famous for publishing semi-nude and nude photographs of the rich and famous, sometimes using paparazzi photoshoots or posed pictorials (in this last case, normally women). It also publishes articles on political and economic scandals, and features opinion pieces by famous writers.
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