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Ana Isabel Pereda, the new Deputy Editor of ABC

  • José Antonio Navas becomes the new Deputy General Manager at ABC, while Pedro Biurrun is replacing Pereda as Editor of Qué

Madrid, 15 October 2009.- Ana Isabel Pereda, until now editor of the free daily QUÉ!, is the new Deputy Editor of ABC, replacing José Antonio Navas, who is taking on new responsibilities as the Deputy General Manager of the daily newspaper. Pedro Biurrun is the new editor of Qué! , replacing Pereda.

Ana Isabel Pereda (1960), a graduate in Information Sciences, and of the PDG management program of the IESE business school, has an extensive and successful track record of almost thirty years in editing and management in the media sector, including management roles at Expansión, Actualidad Económica, Cadena Ser and Radio Nacional. She has been the editor of QUÉ! since 2006, where she has played a key role in developing the newspaper and its website, as a result of which it is now holds leading positions in readership and circulation.

José Antonio Navas (1958), who has over thirty years of professional experience, has worked mostly in the financial media sector, including Cinco Días and Expansión, and in the Finance sections of national newspapers, including El País, La Razón and the now defunct Diario 16. At ABC he held the positions of chief financial editor and deputy editor from 1999 to 2003. He joined the newspaper again in 2008.

For one year, Navas has worked intensively as Deputy Editor of ABC and helped oversee the relaunch of the newspaper, which has led to significant rises in both readership and circulation.

The new editor in chief of QUÉ!, Pedro Biurrun (1962), a graduate in Information Sciences from the University of Navarra, was involved in the launch of the newspaper and in its subsequent expansion and consolidation as the number two free newspaper in Spain, where until now he was managing editor. Biurrun has extensive experience in the media sector, including positions at Actualidad Económica, Expansión TV, El Globo and Televisión Española, among others.