Paris, 27 January 2014 – The Online Publishers Association Europe today announced that the Spanish news company Grupo Godó, publisher of La Vanguardia (www.lavanguardia.com) and Mundo Deportivo (www.mundodeportivo.com), has joined the association.
OPA Europe members in France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Greece and Turkey, representing hundreds of the top news and information websites across Europe, can now share best practices with their colleagues from La Vanguardia and Mundo Deportivo.
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