Casa y Hogar Gets Picked up by Al Dia

Casa y Hogar has announced that it will begin distributing their magazine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania through a partnership with Al Dia. Filiberto Fernandez, Publisher of casa y HOGAR, and Hernan Guaracao, Publisher of AL DIA, made the announcement jointly.

Al Dia will begin inserting casa y HOGAR in the June 20th edition of the newspaper. AL DIA Inc. is an independent, Hispanic-owned and operated newspaper company, based in Pennsylvania that distributes 62,000 newspapers every Friday. AL DIA is audited by CAC.

Casa y Hogar is sold in newsstands and is currently inserted in the following newspapers nationwide: El Nuevo Herald (Miami), La Opinión (Los Angeles), La Raza (Chicago), El Diario La Prensa (New York), Rumbo (Houston, McAllen, TX), Diario La Estrella (Fort Worth), Al Diá (Dallas), Conexion (San Antonio), El Mensajero (San Francisco), Mundo Hispánico (Atlanta), Prensa Hispana (Phoenix) and El Nuevo Dia (Orlando)

The magazine now has a total audited circulation of 998,476 copies and is audited by BPA International.

Related Article: Casa y Hogar Expands Distribution (Jun. 208)


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