Two new high-end inserts: In Argentina…

Miami Real Estate, a newspaper insert into Argentina's La Nación (daily, circ. 148,000) has a circulation of 70,000 and targets Argentinean business people looking for investment opportunities, including real estate in Miami and South Florida. A full page color ad costs US $4,200 (CPM US $60).

...and in Ecuador.

Sambo, a new insert, will appear monthly in Ecuador's El Universo (daily circ. 145,000, Sunday 250,000). Five thousand copies of Sambo will be distributed in middle-to-high and high purchasing power neighborhoods in Guayaquil. A full page color ad costs US $1,680 (CPM US $336).


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