Just a year after launching, the Floridian edition of the Puerto Rican magazine Imagen has stopped publication.
Imagen first began its monthly distribution in 1986 in Puerto Rico, and today has an islandwide circulation of 80,000. Its readership is comprised predominantly of middle-income females.
While no one from the company has been available for comment on the closing of the Florida edition, it is likely another casualty of the increasingly austere U.S. ad-climate.
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