Terra Launches EZTargetMedia

There’s a new ad-network in town, and it has the backing of media giant Terra, which gives it some heft.

 

“Right now, we have about a hundred sites in our US network,” says Alvaro Palacios, Regional Director of Business Development.

Palacios says the network clocks approximately 5.8 million U.S. Hispanic users, according to comScore’s U.S. Panel. “Our Latin American sites get about 25 million uniques per month,” he adds.

Some of the sites included in the network are: elpais.com, cincodias.com, cadenaser.com, cuatro.com, los40.com, as.com, tuparada.com, aztecaamerica.com and Goltv. 

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