Hoy (U.S. newspaper)
Hoy is a brand that is used for Spanish-language newspapers in Chicago, San Diego and Los Angeles. The Chicago newspaper is owned by Tronc and the Los Angeles and San Diego newspapers are owned by Patrick Soon-Shiong. Hoy and Hoy Fin de Semana have a combined weekly distribution of nearly 1.8 million copies nationally. Hoy claims to be the largest Spanish-language daily newspaper in Chicago, and the Los Angeles Hoy Fin de Semana product is the largest home-delivered Spanish-language newspaper in the nation.
|Owner(s)||Tronc (Chicago) |
Patrick Soon-Shiong (Los Angeles/San Diego)
Los Angeles, CA
San Diego, California
|Website||www.vivelohoy.com (Chicago) |
www.hoylosangeles.com (Los Angeles)
www.hoysd.com (San Diego)
On February 12, 2007, ImpreMedia announced its purchase of Hoy's New York edition. Hoy's Chicago and Los Angeles publications were not affected by the transaction. The New York Hoy was later merged into El Diario La Prensa. In 2018, Patrick Soon-Shiong purchased Hoy Los Ángeles and Hoy San Diego as part of his purchase of the assets related to the Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union-Tribune.
- "ImpreMedia Agrees to Acquire Hoy New York From Tribune Company". ImpreMedia via PR Newswire. February 12, 2007. Retrieved July 8, 2016.
- Official Hoy Los Ángeles website
- Official Vívelohoy (Chicago) website
- Official Hoy San Diego (San Diego) website
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