La Prensa (Honduras)
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La Prensa is an independent newspaper with the biggest circulation in Honduras. It has a daily circulation average of 60,000 units, 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.
Jorge Canahuati Larach is the president of the OPSA organization, which is home to La Prensa and other major journalistic brands in Honduras. His grandfather and founder of the company, Jorge J. Larach, died in 1985. Canahuati has been a member of the Inter American Press Association Executive Committee.
La Prensa was founded on October 26, 1964, La Prensa is Organización Publicitaria, S.A.'s leading product, although the parent company has more publications under its wing, including El Heraldo and Diario Deportivo Diez.
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- New York Times, 15 April 1985, Jorge J. Larach
- Venezuelanalysis, 28 March 2008, Deconstructing the IAPA War on Venezuela