Revista Cambio (Spanish for Change Magazine) is a Colombian based social, political and economics magazine. Founded with the name Cambio 16 was later sold and renamed Cambio in 1998 to nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez and other associates. In 2006 the magazine was sold to Casa Editorial El Tiempo.
Cambio 16 Américas was released on June 14, 1993 under and direction of Darío Restrepo Vélez and Patricia Lara Salive as chief executive officer of the board of directors. Samper worked as an editor. The owner and general director was the Spanish Juan Tomás de Salas.
It later went thru many image and directive renovations when Patricia Lara Salive became an associate in 1996; the board of directors was assumed by Rafael de Nicolás, Fabio Echeverry Correa and Dionisio Ibáñez. The Editorial team was replaced by Guillermo Ángulo, Reinaldo Cabrera, Hernando Gómez Buendía, Gabriel Jaramillo, Consuelo Mendoza, among others and the general direction of Carlos Lemoine Amaya. Two years later Cambio was then sold to the society Abrenuncio S.A. from Bogotá on November 25, 1998, a society comformed by nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, his wife Mercedes Barcha, Maria Elvira Samper, Roberto Pombo, Mauricio Vargas Linares, among others. In 2006 the magazine was sold to Casa Editorial el Tiempo.