The online media outlet will branch out into new audience with its Spanish language version with headquarters in Madrid.
The Huffington Post has just signed a deal with Spanish newspaper El Pais to produce a new version of the caffeinated news brand Arianna Huffington has made famous in the United States.
And with a name like Huffington, the only thing that needs tweaking is the article.
El Huffington Post, as it will be called, will carve out a nook in the Madrid headquarters of the top-selling Spanish daily to house the website’s local team. Capital