La Opinion and Tribune to divorce

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La Opinion, the largest Spanish language paper in Los Angeles, has been owned 50% by the Lozano family and 50% by the L.A. Times parent company, dating back to the Times Mirror days. They announced Thursday that it's time to split up. Tribune is apparently making plans to offer an ediiton of Hoy, its Spanish language tabloid in Chicago and New York, in the Los Angeles area. Editor and Publisher has the story.

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