Marketwire Announces New Hispanic Newslines

Marketwire announces two new Hispanic press release distribution circuits: U.S. Hispanic newsline targets Hispanics in the United States and Puerto Rico, and Hispanic Top Metro Markets newsline distributes press releases to more than 12 major U.S. Hispanic metro markets (DMAs). These circuits expand the options available through Marketwire's North America Hispanic newsline, reaching all key Hispanic media outlets, Spanish-language websites, and financial databases in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico.

"The United States is now the second-largest Spanish-speaking country in the world. By 2010, U.S. Hispanic purchasing power will reach 1 trillion, and by 2050, its Hispanic population is expected to triple," said Hector Botero, Marketwire VP of Emerging Markets.

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