impreMedia has partnered with CivicScience a consumer marketing research company that captures online user trends and preferences through an online polling application.

To help close the Digital Divide that disproportionately affects Hispanic families in America, impreMedia is launching Club Digital.

Jason E. Klein, President and CEO of Newspaper National Network LP (NNN) announced the launch of the NNN Hispanic Network, a national network of U.S. Hispanic Newspapers.

Hoy announced it will host “Los Angeles Times / Hoy Abriendo Puertas (opening doors),” a new series of financial workshops designed to assist Southern California Latino business communities and local owners.

The Dallas Morning News has named Carmen Cano as digital managing editor.

With 82 percent of Americans online, 93 percent owning mobile phones and 155 million using Facebook, access to digital technologies is officially pervasive, yet retailers still spend an estimated 60–70 percent of their marketing budget on printed ad circulars.

Spanish-language newspaper Al Dia announces the fourth annual Copa Al Dia, a soccer tournament with 104 teams for local youth players, ages 5-14 years old. The tournament will take place June 11-12, 2011 at Samuel - Garland Park in Dallas, Texas.

Critical Media announced that impreMedia, the leading Hispanic news and information company, has tapped Syndicaster to enable and develop their end-to-end video network, spanning the media company's widely-read web sites.

impreMedia announced the launch of Tu Trabajo a new monthly column featuring U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis.
 

impreMedia announced that it has partnered with Skyword to create demand-driven content. Skyword’s Search-Driven Media™ platform is set to broaden audience reach by providing more of the content people seek.

ImpreMedia announced the appointment of Erica Gonzalez to Executive Editor and Carmen Villavicencio to Managing Editor of El Diario-La Prensa.

impreMedia announced the appointment of Tiffany O’Hare to VP of Sales & Development, Bill Elliott to VP of Direct Marketing and Hugo Hernandez to Director of Sports Initiatives.

El Mensajero, a Spanish-Language newspaper in the San Francisco Bay Area, unveils a redesign that includes a fresh new look, new editorial formats and expanded content. The redesign supports El Mensajero’s commitment to remain the Bay Area’s favorite Hispanic publication.
 

impreMedia is launching a series entitled ‘The Future is Now / El Futuro es Ahora’.

El Diario announced a partnership with The Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network, Inc. (HITN) to exchange television, print, online and mobile content that will enhance the multimedia experience for their respective Hispanic audiences.

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