Schneps Buys Noticia

Noticia, the Spanish-language, Long Island-based publication with more than 150,000 readers online and in print, has been acquired by Schneps Communications. Schneps owns and operates 22 other publications, events and websites throughout New York City and Long Island, including the Long Island Press.

Timothy Bolger writes in QNS (also owned by Schneps) that Noticia will continue to be published on Long Island, while Schneps will separately publish El Correo of NY, the company’s other Spanish-language newspaper that serves Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan and the Bronx.

“We’re very proud to have acquired Noticia and the very special people who have built it the past 26 years,” says Victoria Schneps-Yunis, president and founder of Schneps Communications. “This will offer an unparalleled opportunity for clients who want to reach the Hispanic/Latino audience in New York City and Long Island. We’re thrilled to bring on board as the publisher of El Correo of NY and Noticia, Silvana Diaz.”

Go to QNS to read about the sisters Silvana and Cinthia Diaz, who took over in 2009 from their parents, William and Vicky Diaz, who launched Noticia in 1991. The Jan. 11 issue of El Correo has an article in Spanish about the acquisition.


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