Hoy announced a partnership with Descuento Libre to introduce “Oferta del Día,” a web-based daily discount opportunity for users through offers are unique and relevant to Hispanics in the United States, particularly those in

ImpreMedia is launching a multi-year educational campaign entitled “Piensa Digital”/”Think Digital.” The initiative combines a series of grassroots events, education initiatives and multiplatform content all designed to educate and empower the Hispanic community.

Edmundo "Eddie" Escobedo, founder and publisher of El Mundo Spanish-language newspaper and President of the National Hispanic Press Foundation passed away in his hometown of Las Vegas on October 15, 2010.

La Opinión announced that it is partnering with Golden Boy Enterprises to create a one-of-a kind boxing guide entitled “Celebrar y Dominar” / “Celebrate and Dominate” commemorating the Mexican Bicentennial.

The Los Angeles Times Media Group’s Hoy Fin de Semana is set to increase distribution from 500,000 to more than 700,000 households in Hispanic-dominant ZIP codes across the Los Angeles DMA beginning Saturday October 2nd.

The Chicago Sun-Times announced that journalist Alejandro Escalona, a veteran Chicago journalist with a special interest in covering Chicago's Latino community, has begun writing a weekly Thursday column for the Chicago Sun-Times.

comScore, Inc. released a report of the top U.S. online newspaper groups based on the comScore Media Metrix service.

ImpreMedia flips the switch on a new online technology that will alter the way it presents and monetizes its digital content.  The company, which publishes La Opinión and El Diario, among other popular titles, has adopted DailyMe’s behavioral tracking and recommendation technology Newstogram to g

Al Día, The Dallas Morning News’ Spanish language newspaper, launched Autos Al Día in May.

A recent analysis of daily printed newspaper readership and circulation data for 25 leading U.S. newspapers conducted by Scarborough Research and Newspaper National Network LP (NNN) concludes that Readers-Per-Copy (RPC) rates increased over the past three years by an average of 7.5 percent.

ImpreMedia has signed an agreement with R. Paniagua, Inc. (RPI), a marketing communications company serving the U.S. Latino market to develop customized, multiplatform sports programs.

America's newspaper journalists are eager to compete in the digital world and want their newsrooms to speed up the transition from print to digital, according to this study of almost 3,800 journalists at 79 newspapers.

Newspapers know they need to attract and retain a more diverse staff to meet the needs of a rapidly increasing and geographically expanding minority population. But often their efforts to hire people of color, keep them or improve their reach to minority audiences are disappointing.

ImpreMedia led in awards from the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP) with 27 total including 12 First Place prizes.

Local news stories from six leading Latin America newspapers are now being delivered by The Associated Press across the AP Mobile news network.