After a successful year of circulation, KENA magazine has completed its initial BPA Worldwide consumer magazine audit.

Cristina Saralegui will debut her new monthly lifestyles column BUEN VIVIR in the October issue of People en Espanol.

Maya Magazines, Inc. announced the launch of the first weekly magazine developed and designed for Hispanic soccer fans in the USA, with the best in-depth sports coverage and latest news on the Mexican and international leagues.

The Source Magazine is unveiling a major re-branding initiative that will reach out to a greater audience, including an increase in focus on Hispanics.

The Source is under the new ownership of Black Enterprise/Greenwich Street and The NorthStar Group.

Selecciones unveiled a new look with the September issue, which goes on sale August 19. The redesign is accompanied by a new tagline: "Comparta lo Bueno de la Vida" ("Share the best of life"), which encapsulates the essence of Selecciones.

Penelope Cruz, Charlize Theron, and Eva Longoria are named the best-dressed women in Hollywood in the new issue of PEOPLE en Espanol, on newsstands on August 4. Penelope Cruz lands the top spot as the best dressed with Charlize Theron ranked #2.

Televisa Publishing & Digital announced the expansion to their alliance with BIGresearch to provide marketers with a deeper understanding of Hispanic consumers.

Meredith Corporation announced that Espera, the magazine for expectant mothers, and 12 Meses, focused on the first 12 months of life, will be re-launched under the Ser Padres umbrella.

Lucia Ballas-Traynor has been named publisher of People en Español, it was announced by Time Inc. Entertainment Group president Paul Caine. She begins her new position August 18.

PODER Magazine acquires Hispanic Enterprise magazine and launches local editions in Venezuela, Argentina and Peru, in addition to its existing publications in Miami, Mexico, Colombia and Chile.

Futbol Mundial will produce and distribute a special issue dedicated to FCBarcelona (FCB), one of Europe's top soccer clubs. The 16-page special issue will dedicate its entire editorial content to FCB's history, success, and 2008 U.S.

Siempre Mujer magazine announced that it will increase its frequency from six to eight times a year by 2010. The increase will come gradually, with the magazine splitting its October/November issue in 2009 and its April/May issue in 2010.

Emmis Publishing, the parent company of Tu Ciudad magazine, has suspended the publication and business effective Thursday, June 12th, 2008.

Hispanic Multimedia, Print and Marketing (Hispanic MPM), an advertising rep and consultant firm operating since 2003 out of Los Angeles, CA announces the expanding of its services nationwide with the addition of offices in Miami and Detroit.

Manhattan Media announced the completion of its acquisition of the assets of Latin America Media Management LLC. Assets purchased include the flagships Latin Trade magazine and the BRAVO Business Awards.

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