La Voz de Houston, the Houston Chronicle Media Group's home-delivered Spanish language publication, has added a Wednesday edition to its growing portfolio of news outlets. This mid-week issue, focused on providing useful, forward-looking information and events listings, is a complement to the group's flagship weekend publication, which offers enterprise stories on the issues most compelling to the Latino community, exclusive sports and entertainment content and original series and opinions.
"La Voz is Houston's most-read Spanish-language newspaper and the only one delivering local, national and international news twice a week," said La Voz de Houston's publisher, Alejandro "Alex" Sanchez. "Our Wednesday and weekend issues each reach 165,000 hand-selected Spanish-speaking households, with an additional 75,000 copies of the weekender distributed within targeted retail outlets in high-traffic areas."
"These experienced journalists, like the communities they cover, hail from diverse backgrounds and bring to the table a wide variety of experiences," said Aurora Losada, editor of La Voz de Houston.