Hispanic Business Magazine Launches Digital Edition

Hispanic Business Inc. last week introduced a digital edition of its flagship publication, Hispanic Business magazine (Hispanic Business, Inc, circ. 230,000 ABC audited, monthly, English). The digital edition will offer subscribers faster delivery, direct links to advertisers, and text searchability. A subscription to the digital edition costs $9.99, about half the cost of a print subscription. Hispanic Business magazine's digital edition will be distributed through Zinio Systems, Inc., a digital edition publisher of 1,700 magazine titles.

The January/February issue of Hispanic Business magazine features the 2006 Corporate Elite with groundbreaking trends in corporate diversity and current directories of the nation's corporate and boardroom elite. The issue also features David Hernandez, founder and CEO of Liberty Power and winner of the 2005 EOY Award, as well as the 2006 Annual Economic Forecast.


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