Meredith Corporation has entered into a binding agreement to acquire all outstanding shares of Time Inc. for US$18.50 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at us$2.8 billion.Meredith adds leading media brands to already strong portfolio of National and Local Media Properties, creating media powerhouse with US$4.8 Billion in Revenues, Including US$2.7 billion of advertising revenues.
Latina Media Ventures, owners of Latina Magazine, is revamping its digital presence kicking off New Year with Latina Story Lab, Latina TV and more 2018 expansions.
Through a license agreement with Time Inc. and Televisa, FORTUNE en Español will be published monthly in Spanish.FORTUNE en Español will include features from the U.S. edition of the magazine, as well as original content from its staff in Mexico.
Televisa Brands Group is reorganizing its U.S. operations and modifying the distribution of its magazines.
Meredith is diminishing its Spanish-language magazine offerings. The magazine Siempre Mujer is being folded in order to focus on its digital version. Parenting magazines Ser Padres and Ser Padres Espera will continue to be published as will Parents Latina.
Publishing Emmis Communications is launching “Tu Ciudad Los Angeles,” a lifestyle magazine to reach affluent latinos in Los Angeles, the city with the nation’s largest Hispanic population.Tu Ciudad Los Angeles, an English-language bi-monthly magazine, will roll out in May 2015 guide to Los Angeles culture, entertainment and lifestyle for urbane Latinos.
HOLA!, one of the largest celebrity magazine franchises with 33 editions worldwide in nine languages reaching 25 million readers every week, last week launched its print edition in the U.S. Hola! USA is exclusively produced for the U.S. market and will be published 7 times a year. An innovative feature is the fact that subscribers will be able to choose between an English and Spanish version of the magazine. In 2013, parent company Hola Media Inc. launched a cable television channel in Miami that currently reaches nearly 12 million households in Latin America and the United States.
The leadership at Time Inc over the last two weeks made several major announcements including the abolition of publisher titles as well as a new editorial and ad sales structure. Multicultural properties People en español and Essence were also impacted.
YouTube network StyleHaul has team up with Magazine publisher Time Inc. Two companies are joining forces and their own audiences to provide an attractive option for brands and advertisers.
Yahoo is shuttering of 7 of Its 11 Digital Magazines: Yahoo Food, Health, Parenting, Makers, Travel, Autos and Real Estate.The company is planning to focus on its’ four remaining verticals: News, Sports, Finance and Lifestyle, after a rough 2015.
Walmart’s Every Day Low Prices (EDLP) policy is having a clear impact on advertising in multicultural media. The Bentonville, Arkansas, retail giant is scaling back TV advertising, newspaper circulars and in-store displays in an effort to refocus on EDLP. What Javier Delgado Granados, Multicultural Marketing Director at Walmart and Hispanic media executives have to say.
What: Latina Media Ventures announced that it will host a Hispanic-focused beauty, hair and wellness expo this July at the Meadowlands in NJ to celebrate the specific beauty needs of Hispanic and African American women, who make up the largest consumer market for beauty products. Latina expects to get at least 10,000 attendees throughout the weekend. Confirmed sponsors to […]
What: Bauer Media Group’s digital division Bauer Xcel Media announced the worldwide launch of J-14 Español. The initial focus will be on the Mexican and U.S. Hispanic markets. The website will be an extension of the J-14 brand with content from the English site translated and adapted into Spanish. Why it matters: Major media groups, including major magazine publishers like […]
Meredith Corporation , a media and marketing company serving over 100 million American women and 60 percent of U.S. millennial women, has unveiled Parents Latina, a new English-language magazine targeting U.S. Hispanic millennial moms, one of the fastest growing consumer segments in the marketplace.
The Los Angeles Times has announced a venture with journalist Jose Antonio Vargas to establish #EmergingUS, a multimedia platform which will explore the evolving American identity in the 21st century.
Enedina Vega, VP& Publisher, Meredith Hispanic Ventures, is a veteran in the Hispanic magazine media market. Recently she was one of the two Hispanic media executives in the Folio Magazine 100 list, together with Time Inc’s Luis Solis. We talked to Vega about her views on the evolving Hispanic magazine media sector and beyond. Portada:Your Award […]
Time Inc’s Luis Solis: “Leading brands now have content marketing, social, mobile and video in their RFPs”
Magazine Media has been evolving to much more than print magazines over the last decade. To celebrate the brightest executives in Magazine Media, Folio Magazine each year puts out a list of 100 leading professionals: 20 per category (Vision, Content, Marketing, Disruption, Revenue). In 2014, two executives belonged to the Hispanic Magazine Media Sector: Luis Solis, Associate Director of Integrated Marketing at Time Inc (interviewed below) and Enedina Vega, VP& Publisher, Meredith Hispanic Ventures (watch out for next Tuesday’s interview with Enedina Vega).
An increasing number of traditional off-line properties are leveraging their brand names with online video efforts. This is also definitely the case for Magazine Media. How PEOPLE en Español is using its new online video property La Esquina, according to publisher Monique Manso. 4 key points to know.
Freedom Communications, the parent company of the Orange County Register and the Riverside Press-Enterprise, is laying off about 100 non-newsroom employees and eliminating unprofitable publications such as OC Register Magazine today.
What: Magazine publisher Televisa is pulling the plug on its Puerto Rico operations as of December 5 leaving about 50 workers jobless. Why it matters: Puerto Rico is a major media and advertising market. Having a major publisher like Televisa fold the local Puerto Rican editions of many of its magazines is a significant and telling move. Televisa’s […]