Local advertising lags behind…

Several newspaper companies, including the New York Times and Gannett, have voiced fears of a slower than expected rebound in local advertising. However, national advertising in Hispanic newspapers and magazines is increasing.

...and national gains strength.

According to a recent Portadatm survey, Entertainment & Media, Food & Beverages, Drugs, and Personal Care advertising categories are poised to grow by at least 5% over the next 10 months. Most of the interviewed print media buyers also stated that magazines are their favored vehicle. (See “Exclusive survey of print media buyers,” page 1 Portadatm No. 5, September/October 2003). Additionally, a recent survey of 100 marketers by the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) showed that 72% of the respondents target multicultural markets, and almost half of those not currently engaged in multicultural marketing (46%) plan to do so in the future.


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