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La Voz Arizona
TypeWeekly newspaper
Owner(s)Gannett Company
EditorElvia Díaz
FoundedJanuary 2000
HeadquartersPhoenix, Arizona, United States

La Voz Arizona (The Voice) is a newspaper produced in Phoenix, Arizona, in the United States. La Voz Arizona is a sister publication of The Arizona Republic, and it is owned by Gannett.[1]

La Voz Arizona covers the informational needs of the Spanish speaking community in Maricopa County, Arizona, and distributes, free of charge, 60,000 copies every Friday to over 2,000 rack locations at several grocery stores, as well as high traffic shopping centers & restaurants.

La Voz Arizona began publishing in January 2000 and immediately established a reputation in Arizona as a prize-winning newspaper, including multiple winners of the 2003, 2004, and 2005 National Association of Hispanic Publications Latina Journalist of the Year, and the first and only two Latinos inducted to the Hall of Fame of the Arizona Newspapers Association.

La Voz Arizona publishes local and national news information, sports, entertainment, and advertising that includes grocers, jobs, automotive, telecommunications, banking services, and more.

La Voz Arizona is the only Spanish newspaper in Maricopa County audited by VERIFIED.


  1. ^ "La Voz Arizona, el periodico #1 de noticias en Arizona". The Arizona Republic. Retrieved 2022-10-12.