Wells Fargo’s campaign featuring Landon Donovan supporting Team Mexico in the World Cup has gained some attention amid some “controversy” regarding the spots. Marketers can use the window of Mexico’s success and popularity with an American figure who can transcend cultures and casual fans to draw needed awareness here.
We looked at Comscore data of the most-visited Sports sites in Latin America, and particularly in Mexico.
We looked at the number of visitors at top websites to find out where Latin Americans (and particularly Mexicans) went searching for entertainment content in March 2018. YouTube is the clear winner of the entertainment industry online for Latin Americans, and even more so for Mexicans.
We looked at ComScore’s data on the most-visited news websites in Latin America and particularly Mexico in March 2018. 62.7% of Latin American users looked for news online, while 86.5% of Mexicans with an internet connection browsed news websites.
The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres will play three games in the “MLB Mexico Series” this weekend in Monterrey. Much like the Puerto Rico Series in April, the Mexico games represent an embracing of the Latino influence on baseball and a signal to marketers that the sport is thriving across Latin America.
H Code Media and Grupo Imagen have announced a partnership by which H Code will represent Grupo Imagen’s ad inventory in the U.S. Grupo Imagen has major digital properties in Mexico which have a substantial following in the U.S.
In paying attention to the number of Internet users who look for retail information online, we can get a good idea of the reach of e-commerce among Latin Americans, and particularly Mexicans, as well as the kind of transactions they prefer to complete based on the type of website they look for.
Spanish Telcom company Telefónica has announced a full restructuration including dividing the company into two main units, Hispam South and Hispam North.
Latin American media owners’ net advertising revenues (NAR) to grow by +9.3% in 2018, to US$26.3 billion, following a +7.3% growth in 2017, thanks economic recovery becomes more robust in the region according to MAGNA.
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.
New York-based sports media agency MP & Silva and Baral LLC have closed a multi-year partnership to market media and sponsorship rights for 7 Liga Ascenso clubs. The agreement covers all media rights platforms for the U.S. territory.
What: Connecting any device to the Internet. Why It matters: Because although exact figures are not yet available (since it is a new trend), the fact is that advertising will become a critical point to understanding the user. It will be like doing re-targeting, except it will be directed at things. The concept behind IOT […]
Gameloft, a leading global publisher of mobile video games, seeks to move up in the market with its offer to integrate ads into its video games.
Grupo Milenio is preparing to announce the purchase of sports portal Mediotiempo.
Chivas TV announces an alliance with Playmaker Media, part of NBC Sports, for the launch of Chivas TV 2.0; while Univision maintains U.S. broadcasting rights.
Interview with Nivea Mexico: “As a brand we have not exploited the full potential of the Real Madrid platform”
We talked to Pablo Sánchez, NIVEA Men, Shower, Sun, and Intimate Brand Manager in Mexico, about the company’s international campaign in alliance with Real Madrid, and why the brand chose soccer as its sporting ally.
YouTube has more viewers, but Twitch generates better profits.
A week ago, Univision announced its alliance with Juanfutbol to launch an exclusive soccer channel focused on millennials. Now, in an interview with Portada, Juanfutbol founder Miguel Ramírez Lombana tells us about his plans for expanding the business to a second country in Latin America.
Although the Tourism Promotion Council of Mexico (CPTM) has slashed its budget by almost 35% this year, the country’s spending on tourism promotion abroad will increase by 41% to 1,125 million pesos. Eighty percent of it will be allocated to “priority markets” such as the US, where it appears to have opted to strengthen its ad spending during 2017.
With the exception of Mexico, exclusive broadcast rights in all Latin American countries belong to FOX Networks Group Latin America.