Hispanic List Market: New Available Lists for Direct Marketers

List: Spanish Viewers of Digital News
Target:Spanish Speaking consumers who watch Spanish programming 
available on Digital News TV
Universe:1,144,650
CPM: $85.00
Gender: 50/50
Broker: Specialist Marketing Services
 
 
List:Botanic Choice Spanish Speaking Health Product Buyers and Inquirers
Target:Spanish Speaking mail order buyers & inquirers who purchase items or inquire about 
items from the Spanish edition of the Indiana Botanic Gardens' Botanic Choice 
catalog.
Universe: 143,853
CPM:$105.00/M
Gender: 20% Male; 78% Female
Broker: Specialist Marketing Services
 
 
List: One Source Marketing and Sales Executives Lists
Comprised of: International Marketing and Sales Executives
Universe: 44,807
CPM: $130.00 /M
Gender: N/A
Broker: Walter Karl
 

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