Editorial Notmusa to Launch Hispanic Men’s Magazine this Fall

Mexico's Editorial Notmusa, through its Miami based U.S. unit Maya Magazines, will introduce its men's magazine H in the U.S. Hispanic market. H covers issues relevant to men including, health, sex, nightlife and nutrition. Initially, the H magazine distributed in the U.S. will be the Mexican version but later on specific U.S. Hispanic content may be added, sources at Maya Magazine tell Portada®.

H has a circulation of 200,000 in Mexico and the US edition will have a circulation of 50,000. Notmusa/Maya (one of the largest Mexican magazine publishers) publishes TV Notas USA. TV Notas USA, has one of the largest newsstand sales among Hispanic magazines.


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