Europa Press (news agency)

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Europa Press
Industry News media
Founded 1957
Founder Torcuato Luca de Tena y Álvarez Ossorio
Headquarters Madrid, Spain
Products Wire service
Website www.europapress.es

Europa Press is a Spanish independent, privately held news agency published in spanish,[1] established in Madrid in 1957.

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Precedents[edit]

In September 23, 1953, Luca de Tena published on ABC with Lavrenti Pavlovich Beria, leader of the soviet police, was in Spain after run away from the death of Stalin.[2] Due to no one could check the information, Luca de Tena was dismissed.[2] When he was thirty, he decided to write books and edit novel and pamphlet,[2] so he founded an individual agency called Agencia Europea, where he admited his allies Florentino Pérez Embid, Andrés Rueda, Lluis Valls, Gonzalo Fernández de la Mora and Javier García Vinuesa.[3]

In 1953, Torcuato Luca de Tena y Álvarez Ossorio created Agencia Europa, a new agency to elaborate reports, novels summary, serials, etc.[4] Four years later, in 1957, due to the prosperous beginning of the business, Luca de Tena registered it like Agencia Europa Press.[4] The his first logotype represented Zeus transformed in a bull while he is kidnapping Europe, and in turn it represented Europe like an ideal politic and social region.[4]

Areas[edit]

The Europa Press group is made up of several independent limited-liability companies, built around seven areas of business:

  • Europa Press Noticias
  • Europa Press Televisión
  • Europa Press Reportajes
  • Europa Press Comunicación
  • Europa Press Internet
  • Europa Press Ediciones
  • Europa Press.Net

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