The Boston Globe announced that Martin Baron, executive editor of The Miami Herald, has been named editor of the Globe, following the news that Matthew V. Storin, Globe editor since March 1993, will retire at the end of July.
La Opinión published its first anniversary edition featuring a rotisserie of La Vibra's best covers over the past year. This is the 53rd issue from the award winning newspaper which has published La Vibra targeting the younger generation of Latinos in Los Angeles since June 2000.
One hundred of the nation's top Spanish-language journalists and news executives have been selected by a panel of judges who, during the past few weeks, reviewed hundreds of nominations sent by more than one thousand media outlets throughout the United States.
La Opinión received the top award for "Outstanding Hispanic Daily" at the NAHP 13th annual awards gala held in Miami on April 21. La Opinión also picked up awards for best individual sections, outstanding design and photo honors from the National Association of Hispanic Publications.
Hoy's latest circulation averages for the six months ended March 31, 200 show Hoy's total paid distribution at 58,397, according to the March 2001, Publisher's Statement as filed with the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC), subject to audit.
For four days representatives from the 200 member National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP) participated in events, workshops and dialogue addressing the growing power of Hispanic Print in the U.S.
This is from a presentation given April 19th at the Miami Airport Hilton during the 16 annual National Association of Hispanic Publications convention. The speech was given by Kirk Whisler, President of Latino Print Network and the founding President of the NAHP.
The nation’s newspaper industry, responding to the changing tastes and complexion of American readers, is increasingly seeking to diversify the content of its comic pages with comic strips like “Baldo,” the first highly successful nationally syndicated comic strip about a Latino family.
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists is alarmed that the percentage of Latino journalists working at English-language daily newspapers dropped slightly in 2000, according to the American Society of Newspaper Editors' annual newsroom survey released April 3.