The new website noticias.laiglesiadejesucristo.org groups all Spanish-speaking Church Newsrooms from Latin America
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints unveiled its new Spanish-language news page on September 18, 2020, which consolidates the global faith’s 18 Newsrooms from Latin America, thereby providing a unified experience in sharing information with Spanish speakers around the world.
The website — noticias.laiglesiadejesucristo.org — publishes news articles about the Church for the general public (including Latter-day Saints) and is the official Church news source for news media organizations.
The existing country-specific Church Newsroom pages in Spanish will be redirected to the new Spanish-language news page.
In the new website, the incorporated technology detects a person’s location upon visiting the website, so the experience they have while navigating the page is local and feels familiar to a Mexican, Peruvian, Dominican, Guatemalan or whichever country they’re connecting from. This means that people will see prioritized content from their country according to the detected location.
The Church is creating a similar Newsroom consolidation strategy for other languages and countries in various regions throughout the world, where practical.