New publications

 

Title

Location

Publisher

Frequency

Content

Distribution

Fuego

National

Harris Publications

Quarterly

Latino men's lifestyle magazineEnglish, with a little Spanglish thrown into the mix

200,000
newsstand

Visión Latina

Lakeland (FL) (area between Orlando and Tampa)

The Ledger
(New York Times & Co.)

Weekly schedule (from quarterly)

16 pages of local news, business, sports and advertising

20,000 hh. Hispanic surnames and 10,000 -15,000 through racks

Nuestra Imagen Hispana

Chicago (new edition)

NIH Publishing

Monthly

National and local content for added regional appeal.

Monthly publication serving the Hispanic communities of Florida expands into Chicago

AARP Segunda Juventud(change to bi-monthly schedule)

National

AARP

Bimonthly, before quarterly

Bilingual magazine for the 50+ Hispanic audience

600,000 households

El Sol

Central Coast (California)

Salinas Newspapers Inc. (Gannett)

Changing to twice weekly schedule from once a week

News from the Salinas area, Mexico and around the world

30,000 readers in Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito counties

Iguana

National

NicaGal LLC

Bimonthly

Educational magazine for Spanish speaking children age 7-12

Mostly subscription based (US $29.95)


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