La Prensa (Honduras)

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Diario La Prensa
Diario La Prensa.png
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Staff writers 350
Founded 1964
Headquarters San Pedro Sula
Website http://www.laprensa.hn

La Prensa is an independent newspaper, founded on October 26, 1964 by Organización Publicitaria, S.A., whose publications include El Heraldo and Diario Deportivo Diez. It has a daily circulation average of 60,000 units[citation needed], with full color and tabloid-sized pages. Although it is distributed all across the country, it is in the north area of Honduras where its presence is more important.

Family business[edit]

Jorge Canahuati Larach is the president of Organización Publicitaria. His grandfather and founder of the company, Jorge J. Larach, died in 1985.[1] Canahuati has been a member of the Inter American Press Association Executive Committee.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ New York Times, 15 April 1985, Jorge J. Larach
  2. ^ Venezuelanalysis, 28 March 2008, Deconstructing the IAPA War on Venezuela

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