"I am excited about the opportunity to lead the newsroom of such a prestigious newspaper" said Rojas, " I cannot imagine a more exciting time to be in New York and I look forward to being at the helm of one of that city's treasures — el campeon de los hispanos." El Diario is the number one newspaper in New York with a circulation and readership larger than any other Spanish-language newspaper and serves the second largest Hispanic market in the US. El Diario has won numerous awards for its journalistic excellence. In 2004, El Diario La Prensa combined forces La Opinión to form ImpreMedia, the number one Spanish-language newspaper publisher in the US.
About El Diario La Prensa
Established in 1913, El Diario La Prensa is the oldest Spanish-language newspaper in the US. The paper is the number one Spanish-language newspaper in New York with a daily readership of 265,000 and a circulation of more than 50,000. The paper is the most relied upon source for Latinos living in New York tri-state area for coverage of the latest local, national and international news. It covers a wide range of topics including news from Latin America, human-interest stories, politics, business & technology, health, entertainment, and sports. El Diario enjoys a tradition of journalistic excellence. Its mission is to provide relevant information, promote culture, celebrate the heritage and empower its diverse community.
In 2004, El Diario La Prensa combined forces La Opinión to form ImpreMedia, the number one Spanish-language newspaper publisher in the US. ImpreMedia publishes the leading Spanish-language newspapers in the two largest Hispanic markets: New York and Los Angeles. Its newspapers are the best read Spanish-language papers in the country with a combined daily readership of 720,000 and 1.7 million weekly, and a combined daily circulation of 176,704.
Manuel De Dios Unanue's commitment to seeking and printing the truth at any cost eventually cost him his life, and cemented his heroic legacy in the minds of New York Latinos and journalists.
De Dios, former editor-in-chief of New York's largest Spanish-language newspaper, El Diario-La Prensa, was murdered on March 11, 1992 by a member of a Colombian drug cartel that he had attacked in print.
"The slogan of [El Diario-La Prensa] is 'El campeon de los hispanos,' the champion of the people-he did that," said El Diario-La Prensa reporter Rossana Rosado in a September 28, 1999 New York Times article.
5 November 1965, New York Times, pg. 18 ad:
CAMPEON DE LOS HISPANOS
Word Mark EL DIARIO LA PRENSA
Translations "EL DIARIO" ARE THE SPANISH WORDS WHICH MEAN IN ENGLISH, "THE DAILY." "LA PRENSA" ARE THE SPANISH WORDS WHICH MEAN IN ENGLISH "THE PRESS."
Goods and Services (EXPIRED) IC 016. US 038. G & S: NEWSPAPER. FIRST USE: 19630408. USED IN ANOTHER FORM IN 1913 AS THE MARK "LA PRENSA"; SEPT. 15, 1948, AS TO THE MARK "EL DIARO.". FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 19630408
Mark Drawing Code (3) DESIGN PLUS WORDS, LETTERS, AND/OR NUMBERS
Design Search Code 06.07.01 - Skylines
Serial Number 72317733
Filing Date January 28, 1969
Current Filing Basis 1A
Original Filing Basis 1A
Registration Number 0890926
Registration Date May 12, 1970
Owner (REGISTRANT) EL DIARIO PUBLISHING CO., INC. CORPORATION NEW YORK 181 HUDSON ST. NEW YORK NEW YORK 10013
Assignment Recorded ASSIGNMENT RECORDED
Type of Mark TRADEMARK
Affidavit Text SECT 15.
Live/Dead Indicator DEAD
Word Mark CAMPEON DE LOS HISPANOS
Goods and Services (CANCELLED) IC 016. US 002 005 022 023 029 037 038 050. G & S: NO GOODS/SERVICES STATEMENT ON TRAM
Mark Drawing Code (1) TYPED DRAWING
Design Search Code
Serial Number 73060394
Filing Date 0000
Current Filing Basis UNKNOWN
Original Filing Basis UNKNOWN
Registration Number 1046336
Registration Date August 17, 1976
Owner (REGISTRANT) El Diario Publishing Co., Inc. UNKNOWN New York NEW YORK
Live/Dead Indicator DEAD
Cancellation Date January 11, 1983
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