Big day for La Opinión

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The paper announces it will combine with New York's El Diario/La Prensa to establish a national chain of newspapers catering to Latino readers. Reports the L.A. Times, "the new company, Impremedia, will be overseen by Los Angeles investor Steve Rader and La Opinion publisher Jose Ignacio Lozano, who will serve as the vice chairman of Impremedia."

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