Coral Gables, FL. For several generations of women worldwide, Cosmopolitan has been the primary source for the latest in beauty, fashion, entertainment and relationship content, with editions in 26 languages and 100 countries. Cosmopolitán en Español became the Latina woman’s best friend as a source of culturally relevant information and inspiration with its U.S. launch in 1973.
Now, Cosmopolitán en Español is turning over a new page, as it partners with the leading Spanish-language Internet portal, Terra Networks. This partnership comes after a year of planning and exploring magazine coupled with online advertising campaigns among several of the Editorial Televisa publications. As a result, Terra Networks was selected to provide an online destination for Cosmopolitán en Español that satisfied both the magazine and portal’s respective readers and audiences.
Terra’s Mujer audience and Cosmopolitán en Español’s readers share numerous characteristics
In addition to serving as the online version of the magazine, the site will provide visitors with updates on all upcoming events/programs throughout the year as
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