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PODER magazine downsizes to bimonthly

PODER magazine moves to a bimonthly format starting with the June/July issue. With the folding of Hispanic magazine, Poder will acquire its name. It will now be PODER Hispanic magazine.


The new mag will include more lifestyle coverage and will publish Julie Stav’s finance and business column, which previously ran on Hispanic.

Besides the U.S. and Miami editions, PODER magazine is published in Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela and Chile.


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2 Responses to “PODER magazine downsizes to bimonthly”

  1. gserrano says:

    It should be named powder now after this downsized frequency of publication

  2. statik says:

    though the frequency of Poder has been reduced to 6x annually, the Poder circulation has been dramatically increased from 100,000to 400,000 generating 1.2 million readers per issue–a much larger audience than when the frequency was 10x


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