Financial terms were not disclosed. The transaction was announced in February.
The deal doesn't include the daily Hoy editions in Los Angeles and Chicago, and Tribune (nyse: TRB - news - people ) will continue to publish the weekly Spanish-language newspapers in Orlando, Fla. and South Florida.
ImpreMedia owns New York's El Diario La Prensa, the nation's oldest Spanish-language newspaper, and the weekend paper El Diario Contigo.
Shares of Tribune, which publishes the Chicago Tribune and the Los Angeles Times and owns 23 television stations, were unchanged at $32.93 in midday trading. Real estate tycoon Sam Zell is buying Tribune, the nation's second-largest newspaper publisher, in an $8.2 billion deal.
By: Media conglomerate Tribune Co. said Tuesday it completed the sale of its Spanish-language daily newspaper Hoy New York to ImpreMedia LLC.