MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Televisa Publishing announced today that PODER magazine will launch a Miami edition of its national brand this October. The launch will coincide with the magazine’s fifth anniversary in the U.S. market.
PODER’s editor-in-chief Isaac Lee pointed to Miami’s unique characteristics and marketplace as the reason for the launch of a local edition. “Miami’s vibrant culture and dynamic economy along with its undeniable political significance – both nationally and internationally – make Miami the city to watch now and into the future,” Lee said. “The diversity of people and businesses create an endless well of stories.”
PODER Miami will focus on business leaders and their strategies, finance, politics, culture and entertainment with a local angle. Cathleen Farrell, editor of the national edition, will also edit the local edition. “Miami is not only the gateway to the Americas anymore. It is a trendy city and international center for the arts, a meeting point for the business community and a pillar of the Hispanic elite in this country,” said PODER’s Publisher Nicolás Ibargüen.
PODER magazine is produced by Page One Media, in association with Televisa Publishing. The magazine also has editions in Mexico (PODER Y Negocios) and Colombia, published on a bi-weekly basis.
About Televisa Publishing
Televisa Publishing is a division of Grupo Televisa, the largest Spanish-language media company in the world. The 78 brands of the company, most of them leaders in their categories, are distributed in 19 countries throughout the Western Hemisphere. These titles have a paid circulation of 8.2 million issues and a reach of 58 million readers. Some of the company's leading magazines are: Cosmopolitan en español, Vanidades, Hispanic Magazine, Hispanic Enterprise, Poder USA, Harper’s Bazaar en español, National Geographic en español, Prevention en español, TVyNovelas, ESPN Deportes La Revista, and Maxim en español.