People en Español expands offerings to bicultural Latina with English-language “Chica”

What: Time Inc.’s People en Español is launching the new english-language digital and print offering "Chica". The new content will have an online presence and be a 12-page booklet inserted into the June issue of People en Español. Maybelline® New York and Garnier® will be the exclusive launching sponsors.
Why it matters: As marketers are asking for more quality content targeting acculturated Hispanic women, media properties are taking notice and introducing digital, print and broadcast offerings for the bilingual and English-dominant Latina.

peopleTime Inc.’s People en Español has announced the launch of Chica, a new english-language content offering targeting bi-cultural Latina woman. Chica will debut in the June issue of People en Español, and on newsstands on May 2. Maybelline® New York and Garnier® will be the exclusive launch sponsors of this 12-page booklet focused on fashion and beauty trends.

Millennials comprise nearly a third of People en Español’s audience.

The launching of Chica, means People en Español will continue to deepening Time Inc.’s connection with the acculturated Latinas growing audience , which began late last year with the success of All You’s custom magazine, Celebraciones. Celebraciones is scheduled to repeat in 2014.

“We are delighted to extend the People en Español brand with Chica, which allows us to serve our audience of 7.3 million with additional style and beauty content both in-book and online. Millennials comprise nearly a third of People en Español’s audience, and Chica’s editorial mix of celebrity and inspirational stories will offer more of what they love,” says People en Español Editor Armando Correa.

Chica provides a platform to address today’s emerging bicultural reality. "We are providing solutions for powerful brands like Maybelline® New York and Garnier®, our launch partners, and expanding our reach,” said People en Español Publisher Monique Manso. Prior to its launching, the audience can experience Chica online at ChicaChic.com.


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