Metrosuburbia Represents New Jersey’s Nuestra Comunidad

Newspaper ad-sales representation company Metrosuburbia recently gained the representation mandate of New Jersey Spanish-language weeklyNuestra Comunidad. It is aSpanish-language weekly published in Central New Jersey by Gannett's Home News Journal.

Metrosuburbia now represents three Spanish-language newspapers in New Jersey. The two others are: El Nuevo (Hudson, Essex, Passaic and Union County, NJ, published by El Nuevo Group, circ. 87,313, delivered every Thursday) and Su Guia (delivered every Friday in Bergen and Passaic Counties, circ. 33,355).

El Nuevo, Nuestra Comunidad and Su Guia reach more than 600,000 newspaper readersin New Jersey Hispanic communities.


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