The Yankee Group's recently published Report, "The Seven Key Factors for Success in Online Retailing," identifies the essential elements of an effective business plan for achieving results selling online.

Newspaper advertising expenditures for 2000 totaled $48.7 billion, an increase of 5.1 percent over 1999, according to preliminary estimates from the Newspaper Association of America.

The National Retail Federation (NRF) and Forrester Research, Inc., in conjunction with Greenfield Online, announced the results of the latest NRF/Forrester Online Retail Index.

That's a Family!, Women's Educational Media's powerful new film on family diversity, was honored with the 2001 CINE Masters Series Award for Non-Broadcast film, at the 42nd CINE Golden Eagle Awards on February 24. CINE awards recognize excellence in the craft of video/film production.

Business-to-business activity accounted for a significant share of overall e-commerce, with manufacturing ($485 billion in shipments ordered online) overshadowing business-to-consumer transactions such as retail trade ($15 billion in online sales) for 1999, according to the first official e-comme

Local Radio sales climbed 1% in the first month of 2001, giving Radio a nice kick-off in the current soft advertising economy.

Antonio Villaraigosa, James Hahn, Joel Wachs, Kathleen Connell, Steve Soboroff, and Xavier Becerra are the six front- running candidates who have confirmed their participation for the city’s only live televised Spanish-language town hall, Los Angeles 2001: Camino a la Alcaldía [Los Angeles 2001:

Galavision's Galamiguitos is now airing on Saturday and Sunday mornings, extending the exclusive educational franchise to seven days a week.

Universal Studios Consumer Products Group (USCPG) and Fernandez Racing announced a multi-year, worldwide licensing and representation agreement to create a new line of merchandise and promotions with Mexican star Adrian Fernandez, a leading driver in the CART FedEx Championship Series.

The Commerce Department's Census Bureau released the first official snapshot of "e-commerce" activities for key sectors of the U.S. economy.

Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. announced that it had agreed in principle on the terms and conditions of a Time Brokerage Agreement (TBA) with the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel (ICFG) for the operation of radio station KFSG-FM in Los Angeles, California.

In February 2001 (1/29-2/25/01), Nielsen's latest sweep period, Telemundo continued its spectacular sign-on to sign-off ratings growth, by capturing 28% of the coveted adult 18-49 viewers to Spanish-language television - a record performance - compared to a 22% share one year ago and a 26% share

The Nielsen NSI ratings for the just completed February 2001 "sweeps" demonstrate that KMEX-TV, Channel 34 continues to impact the Los Angeles television market by posting sizable household ratings across key dayparts.

The SportsYA! Media Group announced that it received Olympic accreditation for its Spanish and Portuguese language Internet sports portal,, for the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City.

Telemundo Communications Group, Inc. promoted Manuel Martínez-Llorián to the position of Executive Vice President of Programming and Production, announced James McNamara, President and CEO for Telemundo.