In May 2005, Arianna Huffington launched a new kind of website, where blogs and reader contributions constituted the core content. The Huffington Post went on to generate public debate, it overtook The New York Times site in terms of visitor traffic, and it saw its reputation cemented when it won a Pulitzer Prize for national reporting, for its military correspondent David Wood. The “internet newspaper,” as it calls itself, went on to launch editions in Canada, France and the UK. And now, the HuffPost is coming to Spain. Visit it at huffingtonpost.es

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