Front cover of issue 117 of Gatopardo featuring Mexican actor José María Yazpik.
|Editorial Director||Guillermo Osorno|
|Categories||Culture, News magazine|
|First issue||1 April 2000|
|Based in||Mexico City|
Gatopardo (Spanish: Leopard) is a Mexican monthly news magazine focusing feature stories and lifestyle from a Latin-American perspective. The magazine was founded and first published in Colombia. It had from the beginning an international perspective in reporting with the backing of Publicaciones Semana S.A. of Colombia, BB&M of Panama, and Reader's Digest of Mexico, and first edited by Miguel Silva and Rafael Molano. Starting in July 2006 with issue N. 70, Gatopardo moved and remains based in Mexico City, keeping the same editorial style and Latin-American perspective, but providing a greater coverage on Mexican topics.
- "Cronicas Con Mirada Felina" [Stories With A Feline Perspective]. El Tiempo (in Spanish). Bogotá. 21 June 2000. ISSN 0121-9987. OCLC 28894254. Retrieved 4 June 2012.
- "Los Gatos Son Pardos" [Cats Are Dun]. El Tiempo (in Spanish). Bogotá. 2 April 2000. ISSN 0121-9987. OCLC 28894254. Retrieved 4 June 2012.
- Silva Pinzón, Miguel; Molano, Rafael (2006). Las mejores crónicas de Gatopardo [The Best Feature Stories of Gatopardo]. Actualidad. Bogotá. ISBN 9789586393119. LCCN 2006481590. OCLC 144570703.
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