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L.A., N.Y.C. Spanish-Language Newspapers to Merge

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L.A., N.Y.C. Spanish-Language Newspapers to Merge

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L.A., N.Y.C. Spanish-Language Newspapers to Merge

L.A., N.Y.C. Spanish-Language Newspapers to Merge

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Officials at two leading Spanish-language daily newspapers in Los Angeles and New York City say the two papers will merge. The move would strengthen the new company's position in newspaper wars with larger chains — and perhaps lead to the creation of a new Spanish-language U.S. newspaper chain. NPR's Margot Adler reports.

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