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Mexico’s Televisa preems mag

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Editorial Televisa, the publishing arm of Mexico’s No. 1 TV web, has launched news and lifestyle magazine “Cambio” (Change). Based loosely on U.S. mags “Vanity Fair” and “Talk,” “Cambio” is intended to be more readable and irreverent than Mexico’s myriad low-budget weeklies.

The 112-page first edition, priced at 25 pesos ($2.70), sold out when it hit the streets Sunday.

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