The Wall Street Journal has chosen US Media Consulting to be its only representative for Florida, Mexico and the Caribbean markets. US Media Consulting will be opening offices in Mexico City to implement its sales force responsible to promote the newspaper to local agencies and clients. Its Miami headquarter will manage The Wall Street Journal Americas sales and global sales responsibilities for the Caribbean market.
US Media Consulting will be managing pan-regional buys made from Florida for the Latin American region. The Spanish/Portuguese version of the newspaper, The Wall Street Journal Americas, can currently be found in La Nacion (Argentina), El Mercurio (Chile), El Tiempo (Colombia), El Financiero (Costa Rica), Listin Diario (Dominican Republic), El Comercio (Ecuador), La Prensa Grafica (El Salvador), Siglo XXI (Guatemala), La Prensa (Honduras), La Prensa (Nicaragua), La Prensa (Panama), El Comercio (Peru), El Nacional (Venezuela), Portafolio (Colombia), and Valor Economico (Brazil).