Al Día and KXTX Telemundo 39 announced a partnership to better serve Spanish-speaking audiences in North Texas.

Cesar Pizarro, vice president and business manager of El Nuevo Herald announced his retirement. Since the 1980s, there has been no single individual in our company more closely associated with our strategy in the Hispanic marketplace in general, or with the success of El Nuevo Herald, in particular. Cesar began his career with us in 1974, and along the way has served as Director of Circulation for The Miami News, Regional Sales Manager for The Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald, Director of Display Ad Sales, National Advertising Director, Director of Spanish Language Publications, and Director of Hispanic Market & International Advertising. He was a key player in the launch of El Nuevo Herald in 1987 as well as the decision to market El Nuevo separately from The Miami Herald in 1998.

The vast majority of U.S. adults read newspaper media content across a range of technology platforms, according to an analysis of the newest data on media usage from Scarborough Research—including 59% of Americans ages 18-24, the youngest cohort of adults, a group that many are skeptical ever think about newspaper content.

Diario Las Americas announces that beginning May 21, 2013, it will become a morning newspaper and its subscribers will have access to the news early in the morning. It will now be published seven days a week, Monday through Sunday.

Hoy newspaper in Chicago, was recently awarded an IRE Award by the Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc. in the Multiplatform category for its investigative series, Crunch Time. The annual IRE Awards recognize the best in investigative reporting by print, broadcast and online media.

El Sentinel, South Florida’s largest per edition Spanish language weekly serving Broward and Palm Beach County, hosted a VIP cocktail to celebrate it’s 10th Anniversary.

impreMedia announced plans for the Centennial celebration of El Diario/La Prensa.

Reynaldo Mena has been named editor of La Opinión effective December 10, 2012.

La Voz de Houston, the Houston Chronicle Media Group's home-delivered Spanish language publication, has added a Wednesday edition to its growing portfolio of news outlets.

impreMedia, the leading Hispanic news and information company, received thirty-nine awards with flagship publications La Opinión from Los Angeles and El Diario La Prensa from New York taking first and second in the Outstanding Spanish Daily category respectively.

VIVELOHOY.com is now fully responsive, accessible via web, mobile and tablet and can be read in both English and Spanish. VIVELOHOY is published by Hoy in Chicago.

The Houston Chronicle has launched a new website, LaVozTx.com, aimed at providing relevant, engaging Spanish-language content to the city's growing Latino population.

The Los Angeles Times Media Group’s Hoy Los Angeles announced it will expand to a Thursday-Saturday print schedule with a new Thursday edition focusing on lifestyle news for Spanish-language readers.

impreMedia announced the launch of México acá (impremedia.mexico-aca.com) focusing on coverage of the presidential election on July 1st, 2012.

The Houston Chronicle announced new leadership in the areas of Spanish-language publishing, marketing and communications, naming Alejandro "Alex" Sanchez, as the general manager and publisher of La Voz.

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