Established in August 13, 1999 by Victor H. Cuenca, Providence en Español is today the only weekly newspaper serving Rhode Island's Latino community. Within its pages, readers find an award-winning journalism and design package, one filled with local, state, national and international news. We have pledged ourselves to assure that our readers discover in our pages the kind of material that empowers and enriches their lives. Our staff members live in the very community that we serve, and we are proud to offer a newspaper and a website that reflects our community and informs others about issues and themes that interest us.
It is this capacity to inform and to inform well that is one of the major reasons why representatives from local, state and national firms regularly place advertisements in Providence en Español. We know the marketplace and we know we can deliver the audience that our advertisers want to reach.
In the ten years since Providence en Español was first printed, the paper has metamorphosed into a publication trusted by the community to deliver information in a timely and interesting fashion. During election cycles, Providence en Español brings the issues home to the people with in-depth coverage of the campaigns and interviews with the candidates who will become their legislators.
Providence en Español is the most widely read, most respected Latino weekly in the Rhode Island marketplace. Providence en Español provides insightful, unique viewpoints on local and national events, and hard-hitting coverage of what's happening on the state level.
We provide news about Latinos with an unbiased perspective, and also analysis of that news with respect to the Latino point of view. Our journalistic integrity, approach to reporting the news and clear-eyed perspective are just three of the many reasons why Providence en Español has quickly gained status as one of the mainstream publications in the state of Rhode Island.