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PRISA completes new convertible notes issue


  • Oversubscription makes a pro-rata allotment necessary.
  • 100 million injection will allow PRISA to further reduce debt and continue pursuing business growth.
  • The operation, which has once again received strong support from shareholders, opens the door to further refinancing.

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Sylvia Bigio joins the Board of PRISA


  • The Board of Directors of PRISA, meeting today in Madrid, has approved the appointment of Sylvia Bigio as a proprietary director representing Amber Capital, following a favorable report from the Appointments, Remuneration and Corporate Governance Committee.

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EL PAÍS tops 300,000 subscribers in just three years


  • The growth of the newspaper’s global subscriber community outpaces the rest of the sector.

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Pilar Gil: "The success of this bond issue is testament to the support of PRISA shareholders"


  • “The bond issue is yet another step forward in our strategy of continued focus on debt control and reduction and on business growth.”
  • “We shall continue to make every effort to reduce debt.”

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PRISA becomes the world’s second-largest audio streaming company and ranks number one in Spanish


  • PRISA Audio sets the gold standard in the industry by clocking up 574 million downloads and 971 million listening hours last year – a year-on-year increase of 39% and 17%, respectively.
  • The figures, provided by Triton Digital’s Streaming Metrics Monthly Ranker, are testament to PRISA’s leadership as an audio producer.
  • With 1,200 podcasts, and partnerships with Podimo, Amazon Music, Audible, Spotify and Penguin Random House, PRISA Audiotops the weekly aggregator charts with podcasts such as Nadie sabe Nada, Estirando el Chicle and Hoy en El País.
  • The audio division's advertising revenue grew 43% over the previous year.

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The forum 'Social challenges in Latin America' tackles reform, rights and social dialogue in the world’s most unequal region


  • The event, organized by EL PAÍS and the Organization of Ibero-American States, addressed growing social tensions, poverty and inequities in the region
  • The event brought together leading figures from the worlds of politics and economics, including: the President of Chile, Gabriel Boric; the chancellor of Chile and the former president of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR), Antonia Urrejola; the vice president of Colombia, Francia Márquez; the former president of Uruguay, José Mujica; and the secretary general of the Organization of Ibero-American States, Mariano Jabonero.

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