H (magazine)


H magazine is a monthly publication that features articles and photographs about current events, entertainment, fashion, and culture. Published since 1998, the magazine is one of the leading Spanish-language publications in the United States.


H magazine was founded in 1998 by Televisa Publishing International, a subsidiary of Grupo Televisa, the largest Spanish-language media company in the world. The magazine was launched to target young, bilingual, and bicultural Hispanics living in the United States.

The magazine's first editor-in-chief was Juan Santamaria, who served in that position until 2001 when he was replaced by Jose Antonio Evora, who remained at the helm until 2004.


H magazine features a mix of celebrity interviews, lifestyle articles, and fashion spreads, as well as news and opinion pieces on current events and politics. The magazine also includes sections on beauty, health, and travel.

Since 2011, the magazine has been published in a digital format, offering readers an online platform to access content.


H magazine is influential in the Hispanic community, particularly among young, bicultural and bilingual readers. The magazine has been praised for its coverage of important issues affecting the Hispanic community, such as immigration and social justice.

The magazine has also been recognized for supporting emerging Latino artists and musicians, providing a platform for up-and-coming talent on the Hispanic entertainment scene.

Awards and Recognition

H magazine has received numerous awards and accolades for its work over the years. In 2004, the magazine won the National Association of Hispanic Publications Award for Best Magazine for its coverage of the September 11 attacks.

The magazine has also received recognition for its coverage of the Latin Grammy Awards, including a nomination for Best National Publication in 2015.


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