Brazilian Press is a Brazilian, Portuguese language newspaper in the United States, with the largest circulation of any US Brazilian newspaper in 11 states. Their offices are at 78 Fillmore St, in the Ironbound neighborhood of Newark, New Jersey. This neighborhood has a strong Portuguese and Brazilian community.
History and current management
The President, Silvio De Souza, founded the company in 1997. His wife, Daniele De Souza, is a supervisor at the company.
The MetroWest Daily (Massachusetts), August 5, 2002 "Brazilian press links immigrants to homeland," By Liz Mineo
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