Hoy in Chicago announced that Michael Roenna has been named National Sales Manager.

Hoy Chicago’s general manager, John Trainor announced the appointment of Fernando Diaz as the new Managing Editor. In his new role he will direct Hoy’s editorial strategy across print and digital platforms as well as the expansion of the collaboration with Chicago Tribune’s newsroom. 

Newspaper Web sites continue to be the most used and valued sites for consumers seeking credible and trustworthy local content and advertising online, according to a new survey conducted by comScore for the Newspaper Association of America.

USA TODAY and El Nuevo Día announce the launch of the USA TODAY Puerto Rico Edition. The first edition will publish on Monday, February 22, 2010.

The recession has inspired a thriftiness in consumers that some believe will outlast the economic downturn. Bargain-hunting Internet users have turned to price comparison hubs and coupon sites in increasing numbers, but according to data from Adweek and Harris Poll, Americans think the best places to look for deals are still offline.

Journal Register Company announced the appointment of John Paton as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Paton joins the Company from impreMedia LLC, where he has been Chairman, Chief Executive and President of the U.S. Hispanic media company that he co-founded in 2003. Former Univision Television Group COO - Mike Wortsman will be the interim CEO of Impremedia until a replacement for Mr. Paton is identified.

Hoy part of Tribune Hispanic Media Group, announced it will increase its Monday through Thursday circulation from 62,000 to 75,000 to meet increasing demand from both readers and advertisers.

ImpreMedia and Atlanta Latino Inc. are joining forces in a new strategic alliance agreement.

ImpreMedia announced the kick-off of its extensive cross-platform coverage of the 2010 World Cup with the launch of a dynamic online website, impreMUNDIAL, as well as special supplements and mobile alerts about draw in South Africa.

Tribune Company announced the creation of Tribune Hispanic, a cross-platform national media solutions group designed to help advertisers reach the growing Hispanic market through an array of products including print, online, television, mobile, out-out-of-home, digital signage, and events.

ImpreMedia announced its plans to introduce hyperlocal coverage, initially in New York and Los Angeles, via community blogging partnerships.

The Associated Press and impreMedia announced an agreement to distribute impreMedia’s Spanish-language content over its award-winning multimedia news portal, AP Mobile (www.apnews.com), featuring stories from more than 1,000 local news providers across the coun

Gardenia Mendoza Aguilar of impreMedia’s La Opinión has been selected winner of the coveted  “Guillermo Martínez-Márquez Award for Latin American Reporting” for her revealing look into the dangerous trek by Central Americans crossing through Mexico to get to the United States.

Everyone agrees that the newspaper industry is struggling. What they disagree about, sometimes vehemently, is the solution: going online-only, seeking nonprofit status and taking advantage of tax breaks, removing information from search engine results, or charging for content.

Three-quarters (74%) of U.S. adults, or nearly 171 million people, read a newspaper -- in print or online -- during the past week. This is according to the latest Integrated Newspaper

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