Buenos Días Mérida, a weekly print newspaper that emphasizes news about positive developments in the White City, has recently completed its third year of publication and produced more than 150 editions.
The newspaper, which is written in easy-to-read Spanish, is distributed free in convenience stores, hotels, restaurants and other strategic locations, primarily in downtown and north Mérida.
“Because of our writing style, we are a good option for expats who are interested in learning Spanish,” said Otto Peón, the newspaper’s marketing director. “Our content also includes national and international news and tries to summarize the most important of what happened in the course of the week.”
In profiles, for example, Buenos Días Mérida seeks to highlight personalities of Yucatán who engage in charitable work to help the community and address the path of local entrepreneurs who have excelled in their daily work.
Building on its success, Buenos Días Mérida is expanding its coverage area to include southern Mérida and other parts of the White City as well.
For the official website of the weekly newspaper visit: www.buenosdiasmerida.com.mx. You can also follow them on social networks, including Facebook and Instagram (Buenos Días Mérida) and Twitter:@BdMiD.
The Yucatán Times is publishing this note as a service to its readers, to introduce them to other media they may find interesting and useful in their daily lives. In this week’s edition, Buenos Días Mérida is correspondingly publishing a note about TYT as a service to Buenos Días Mérida readers.
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