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|Editor||Carlos Enrique Bayo|
|Founded||September 26, 2007|
|Political alignment||Left-wing, Republicanism|
|Ceased publication||(print) February 24, 2012|
|Headquarters||Calle Caleruega Nº. 102, 1ª Planta, Madrid, Spain|
|Circulation||87,983 daily in 2011|
One of only two national left-wing papers, it had a harder-left editorial line than the circulation leader, El País. It was also aimed at a younger readership. Público was two-thirds the length of its competitors and its price, initially only 50 cents, was less than half. The paper's original press run was 250,000 daily.
After making financial losses for several years, and facing a €9 million deficit, Público folded its print edition in February 2012. Its parent company Mediapubli undertook to continue to publish the website publico.es, which as at 2013 is still active as an on-line newspaper.
- Ignacio Escolar (2007-9). Escolar, who had previously worked in Informativos Telecinco, Localia and La Voz de Almería, went on to work for a new online newspaper eldiario.es.
- Félix Monteira (2009-10), the second editor, left to take up a government appointment.
- Jesús Maraña was the last editor of the print edition.
- Carlos Enrique Bayo (2012- )
- Vicenç Navarro
- "Carlos Enrique Bayo". Retrieved August 20, 2012.
- Figures covering July 2010 to June 2011 from Spain's Oficina de Justificación de la Difusión, accessed January 28, 2012.
- Tremlett, Giles (February 24, 2011). "Spanish Newspaper Público to Stop Printing". Guardian.co.uk (London). Retrieved February 26, 2012.
- Burnett, Victoria (October 22, 2007). "A New Daily Starts in Spain, Aiming for the Young, Left-Leaning Reader". The New York Times.
- "Público" cambia de director (Spanish)
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