DALLAS Eight pages of Spanish-language content from The Wall Street Journal will be inserted into Hoy newspapers every Thursday beginning in March, the business publisher said.
The section will appear in the New York, Chicago and Los Angeles editions of Hoy, a Spanish-language daily newspaper owned by the Tribune Company. The Los Angeles edition launches next month.
The section will be called "The Wall Street Journal" and will include Spanish-language advertising. Content will be translated from stories appearing in The Wall Street Journal and its global editions.
"We expect to add other partners to the Journal's Spanish-language advertising network in the weeks ahead," WSJ vice president of special editions William E. Casey Jr. said in a statement.
The newspaper currently provides a Spanish-language weekly section to the Washington Hispanic in Washington, D.C.