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Are Hispanic Newspapers growing? Yes! Here are 3 Examples

While most English-language newspapers are retrenching, it is striking how time and time again we get news from Hispanic targeted newspaper publishers who are expanding circulation or even launching new publications. Earlier this week we reported that Freedom is launching  “Unidos en el Sur de California”  with a 300,000 plus circulation. Here three more examples: Hoy’s Los Angeles new weekly Hoy Deportes, CentroTampa and AIM Media Texas’  El Extra  in the Rio Grande Valley.


Changing Places: Orlando Ramirez, Frank Escobedo, Jack Griffin, Carlos Sanchez, Robin Torres, …

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it. A significant development in the upcoming Unidos en el Sur de California (Freedom Communications) launch is the promotion of Orlando Ramirez as Publisher. Ramirez has served in various editing roles since joining The Press-Enterprise in 1995, including the last 10 years as editor […]


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