President Barack Obama wrote an exclusive column for impreMedia’s Spanish-language digital and print newspapers, Editor and Publisher reported September 8th. And he will give a one-on-one interview to the group’s Washington correspondent, Antonieta Cádiz. This signals the importance that the Hispanic community has within the US, according to impreMedia’s press release.
The interview covers a wide range of topics including economic, immigration and education issues. It is being published immediately today, September 9th, on the digital sites of impreMedia newspapers, including its leading publications in New York City and Los Angeles.
Obama’s column was called, “Health Reform Will Increase Access to Care for Latinos”, and was published Wednesday, September 8th. In the column, the President urges Latinos to access the government’s new website www.cuidadodesalud.gov for information on benefits, premiums, and costs. Hispanics are the largest group of uninsured Americans.
ImpreMedia is the number one Hispanic news and iInformation company in the U.S. in online and print with 30% of all U.S. Hispanic adults using an impreMedia network product.
President Obama previously wrote a cover story for Newsweek about the earthquake in Haiti. The President’s memoir was a bestseller. Last year in a speech he urged children to grow up to be writers.