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Bilingual goes Weekly


Gene_AcevedoPublisher
Gene Acevedo

It is with great pleasure I write to inform you that Bilingual Weekly (BW) is returning to its weekly published edition starting July 2011.

As you read this story we are initiating the shift from being a bi-weekly to weekly facebook_48newspaper.  The number of printed copies will remain consistent; however, having the same run with 52 editions assures our advertisers opportunity for more presence.

As a reader you will be pleased to learn that the shift offers you more ACMEnews at the end of the year.  On average we have covered 624 topics a year and the weekly offers you an average of 700 topics covering local content relevant to our daily lives.  For all subscribers up to June 1st, you will continue to get your bi-weekly copy on the mail.  If you desire the weekly contact us (209) 910-3184.

Since we are the continuation of the Council for the Spanish Speaking (El Concilio) Newspaper LA VOZ; today, we are proud to return to the benchmark set during LA VOZ’s era — a weekly newspaper. 

Also, please note that our commitment to you goes beyond print; our website http://www.bilingualweekly.com provides you more, “Every Day News.”

bilingual-weekly-newspaperWe hope you take every opportunity to stay updated on your community with BW as well as other news sources and hope you consider us when supporting a local paper — as “Local Matters.”

On behalf of your Bilingual Weekly staff —Thank You.

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About bilingualweekly

Bilingual Weekly News brings you community news in both English and Spanish, covering information such as Stockton News, San Joaquin News, Latino News, Hispanic News, Mexican-American News, Bilingual News, Government News, Political News, Arts News, Tracy News, Manteca News, Lodi News, Modesto News, Stanislaus News, Education News, Stockton Unified School District, San Joaquin County Office of Education, Health News, Environmental news, and much more!

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