Tag Archives: El Diario la Prensa

‘El Diario’ Launches New Design, Adds Hashtags, Because Why Not?

Apparently the big news in the world of Spanish-language media today is the redesign of New York City’s venerable daily El Diario La Prensa. The announcement comes on the heels of major executive and editorial changes at the impreMedia-owned newspaper; … Continue reading

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A Valentine’s Gift That Will Make Your Girlfriend Wrap Her Legs -Not Arms- Around Your Neck

The creators of the Partner ES900, a portable translator that would seduce your girlfriend into opening her legs, are back at it, with a new marketing blitz pitching the device as the sole “linguistic method” that would make your girl … Continue reading

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Today in Hispanic Media: Penis’ Sizes and Stuff

Hat tip (NO PUN INTENDED:) José Simián

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Friday Headlines That Just Make my Day

Turns out her corporate boardroom expertise was not enough for Cathie Black to last longer than three months at the helm of the New York City’s School Chancellor. The above photo and accompanying headline just says it all. From today’s … Continue reading

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A Portable Translator that Will Seduce Your Valentine Into Opening Her Legs, Ahem, Heart

You gotta love Spanish-language media. Not only you get to read stuff in your own language, but you are exposed to some marketing gems like this one found on today’s El Diario la Prensa, pitching the PartnerES900: A translation machine … Continue reading

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‘El Diario’ Says ‘Adiós’ to Our Favorite Hate Monger

Under an op-ed piece titled Good-bye to an anti-hispanic, New York City’s El Diario La Prensa today applauded CNN for the decision to oust Lou Dobbs, who -among other things- had claimed immigrants are responsible for “an increase in leprosy … Continue reading

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