Steven Swartz, President of Hearst Newspapers, to Participate in our Sept. 30 NYC Conference

We are very pleased to announce that Steven R. Swartz, president of Hearst Newspapers, will participate at our Fourth Annual Hispanic Digital and Print Media Conference, NYC, Sept. 30. Swartz is also a SVP of Hearst Corporation and a member of the Board of Directors. Portada publisher Marcos Baer, will conduct an on-stage interview with Steve R. Swartz. Conference attendees will hear what one of the most important executives in the U.S. newspaper market has to say about the latest trends in the general and U.S. Hispanic digital and print media markets.

Hearst Newspapers, the operating group responsible for Hearst’s newspapers and yellow pages businesses, has more than 6,500 employees across the U.S. It publishes 15 dailies and 38 weeklies in cities including Houston, San Francisco, San Antonio and Albany.

Under Swartz’s leadership, Hearst played a key role in founding the newspaper industry's consortium with Yahoo!, launching the industry's partnership with the online real estate company Zillow and forming quadrantONE, a national online sales network co-owned by Hearst, The New York Times Company, Gannett and Tribune. Swartz also led Hearst's acquisition of a majority stake in Metrix4Media, a Frisco, Texas-based search engine marketing company that now supports the sales efforts of numerous newspaper and yellow pages companies.

Other major speakers and panelists who have confirmed their participation at our Fourth Annual Conference are:

Carlos Boughton, Brand Director, Heineken USA.

Tania Cameron, Sr. Manager CRM, Kraft Foods.

Nelson Garcia, Media Director, Global Hue.

Kathleen M. Haley, Director, Multicultural Marketing, Hewlett-Packard Company.

Teresa Iglesias-Solomon, Director of Multicultural Marketing Initiatives, Best Buy.

Kristyn Page, Multicultural Marketing Director, Macy’s.

Marcelo Salup, Media Director, DMG Solutions.

Felix Tejeda, Hispanic Brand Manager, Sprint Prepaid Group.

Hector Vallejo, Multicultural Marketing Director, Stanley-Black and Decker.

Teresa Wakeley, Marketing Media Manager, Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.

To read a press release announcing our Sept. 30, NYC Conference, please click here.


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To register to the event at the early bird rate, please go here: or call 1-800-397-5322

For more information about Portada’s premier Annual Hispanic Advertising and Media Conference including, photo gallery , video and editorial coverage of last year’s event, please go here:

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