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fue fundada en Barcelona el 2 de septiembre de 1944[4][5] por Antonio Sánchez Gómez, que continuó dirigiendo la revista hasta su muerte en la década de 1970. Empleó principalmente a sus familiares y, hasta el día de hoy, ¡Hola! sigue siendo una organización predominantemente familiar, en la que la esposa de Sánchez sigue interviniendo en la maquetación de importantes reportajes de bodas reales. Posteriormente, la sede de la revista se trasladó a Madrid[6].

Inicialmente concebida como una revista familiar, Sánchez pronto se dio cuenta del potencial de beneficio de la industria femenina y se centró inicialmente en los quehaceres de la realeza, además de ofrecer una sección de autoayuda. Después, la revista se convirtió en una revista de cotilleos, aunque la versión española sigue basándose en gran medida en la realeza para sus cotilleos, mientras que las versiones inglesa y latinoamericana se centran más en Hollywood. El ex presidente del Gobierno español Felipe González concedió su primera entrevista a la revista cuando estaba en el cargo[7].

El número de lectores de ¡Hola! y de sus diversas revistas hermanas supera el millón de personas por semana, lo que supone un gran crecimiento respecto a los 4.000 ejemplares originales que se vendieron en su primera semana de producción en 1944. La tirada de la revista fue de 654.836 ejemplares en 1993, lo que la convirtió en la segunda revista más vendida de España[9]. La revista fue la tercera más vendida del país con una tirada de 627.514 ejemplares en 1997[10].

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6The third and fourth parts constitute the most important points of our work since they define the methodology and the theories we have adopted to analyze the content of the articles, which we developed in a specific way in the absence of a specialized method for the tabloids, thus reinforcing the originality of the research topic. As for the typology of the studied news items dealing with the life of celebrities, we note that there are two types of articles, interviews and stories, which generally contain numerous photographs and short texts. Through images and text, the magazine tells the life of celebrities and their sentimental or family stories under the “ideology of happiness”. It is not that happiness can be considered an ideology in itself, but rather that ¡Hola! favors certain types of news that deal with pleasant topics such as weddings, births, sentimental relationships, among others.

1 Teuna A. Van Dijk, La noticia como discurso : comprensión, estructura y producción de la información, Barcelona, Paidós, 1990 ; Catherine Kerbrat-Orecchioni, L’énonciation : de la subjectivité dans le langage, Paris, Armand Colin, 2009 ; Patrick Charaudeau (dir.), Dictionnaire d’analyse du discours, Paris, Seuil, 2002.


Because the founder of ¡Hola! had ‘class’ and formed a perfect tandem with his wife, the Palencia-born Mercedes Junco Calderón, a key figure in the criteria and production of the magazine. Belonging to a wealthy family, she did not limit herself to financing her husband’s project. A connoisseur of the interests of the upper-middle class of the time, she became an ideological and content pillar of the publication.

– With Lady Di, the magazine’s treatment was exquisite. Eduardo Sánchez Junco (son of the founders and director from 1984 to 2010) behaved like a true gentleman with her when he bought the photos that a paparazzi had taken of her in top less on board a cruise ship and simply kept them in a drawer. Although they were worth a fortune, he never published them.

– From 1994 onwards, the then Prince Felipe and his sisters, the Infantas Elena and Cristina, took center stage. The editions dedicated to their weddings exceeded one million copies respectively (there have only been two other editions that managed to do so).


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