Former Gannet Employee Ronda Abbruzzese Launches Su Voz

Former Gannet Production Operations Director, Ronda Abbruzzese, recently launched a new Spanish-language weekly Su Voz in Vineland, New Jersey, to target the considerable Hispanic population there.

Abbruzzese says she launched the publication to provide valuable news coverage to the currently underserved Hispanic population, which comprises 1/3 of the approximately 60,000 Vineland residents.

Su Voz has mainly local advertising, although Coldwell Banker and Sir Speedy do advertise with them.

The publication's editor is Alfonso Bermudez, who left Impacto Latin News to help Abbruzzese launch Su Voz.


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