Fronteras Partners with Newspapers in Utah, Georgia, and Florida

Fronteras, the Spanish-language weekly newspaper produced by a joint venture between Danilo Black and Universal Press Syndicate, recently expanded into the Utah, Georgia and Florida Markets. The first edition of Fronteras was published on April 7th as a stand-alone by The Salt Lake Tribune (published by the Newspaper Agency Corporation – publisher of The Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret Morning News, circ. Sunday 151,000 and daily 131,000 ABC audit 2004).

Additionally, Fronteras recently was introduced in the Bradenton (Florida) market. Sources at Fronteras tell Portada® that the partner newspaper there is the Bradenton Herald (circ. Between 10,000-15,000).

Another market Fronteras was introduced is the Macon (Georgia) market through a partnership with the Macon Telegraph (circ. 5,000).

Fronteras is now published in 15 markets. As of the beginning of April, the total circulation of Fronteras, both as newspaper insert and stand-alone editorial product was over 200,000.

Fronteras combines lifestyle stories with national and world news as well as customized local news, events and information. Editorial content is produced by a joint venture between Danilo Black and Universal Press Syndicate. Each weekly edition allocates eight pages to national and local advertisements, which are sold through the local partner newspaper.


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