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The PanAm Post is a libertarian website that specializes in international subjects as well as topics in the Americas from a free market perspective. The website focuses on multilingual and international content in order to follow "the tradition of PanAmericanism". It was founded in 2013 and its headquarters is in Miami, Florida.[1][2]

PanAm Post
PanAm Post.png
Logo of PanAm Post
Type of site
News site
Available inEnglish, Spanish
EditorDaniel Raisbeck
Websitewww.panampost.com
Alexa rank24,836 / 35,102 (Global / United States, Aug. 2017)
RegistrationNone
Launched2013
Current statusActive

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FoundingEdit

Following the founding of the PanAm Post in 2013, former editor-in-chief Fergus Hodgson explained how the PanAm Post was devoted to keeping up with social change and would be the "front line of new media".[2] Hodgson said that the "bloated and inefficient organizational structures" of legacy media, along with governmental bureaucracies, were disconnected from the changing times.[2] Its current editor Daniel Raisbeck [es] is a former Colombian politician supporting right-wing and free-market movements.

DemographicsEdit

The majority of visitors to the PanAm Post are from the United States, followed by Venezuela, Guatemala, Argentina, and Colombia, in that order.[3] Most visitors are college educated and visit the website at home.[3]

ReceptionEdit

According to Richard Scheines, dean of the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences of Carnegie Mellon University, PanAm Post is "an incredibly rich online site that covers news and offers excellent analyses of all regions in the Americas".[4][5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "About". PanAm Post. Retrieved 29 March 2015.
  2. ^ a b c Hodgson, Fergus. "The Hunger for a New Outlet Overcoming the Failure of Government and Legacy Media". PanAm Post. Retrieved 29 March 2015.
  3. ^ a b "panampost.com". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 19 May 2015.
  4. ^ "United States: Carnegie Mellon Trustee and Business Leader Luis Ball To Discuss "Latin America: The Unnoticed Giant South of the Border"". Albawaba. MENA Report. 21 January 2015.
  5. ^ "United States: Carnegie Mellon Trustee and Business Leader Luis Ball To Discuss "Latin America: The Unnoticed Giant South of the Border"". Carnegie Mellon University. January 20, 2015. Retrieved April 28, 2018.

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