The 2020 edition of the annual Hispanic Market Overview state-of-the-industry report is now available, as always via a free download thanks to our presenting sponsor, López Negrete Communications, and contributing sponsorships from Omnicom shop ALMA, d expósito & Partners, Estrella Media, Telemundo, and Spanish Broadcasting System.
What’s old is new again: We’re blending. But, each multicultural group remains strong and a source of pride. Combine, and blend, all of these groups together, and you have a strong nation.
This is the United States of 2019. Will it be the USA of 2029?
Count on it, marketers.
April 3 will see the release of the inaugural Hispanic Social Marketing Report, offering a comprehensive look at social and digital platforms and client efforts.
Hispanic Media Sales, Inc., publishers of HispanicAd.com, will publish the third edition of the highly successful and sought after Hispanic CMO. We will be adding more “Thought Leadership” once again to this year’s edition.
What if an agency were to take control of the relationship, steering a path with miles ahead while serving as the trusted, needed and necessary partner committed to brand growth and strong ROI?
That’s an opportunity multicultural shops should immediately capitalize on.
The Adam R Jacobson Consultancy, in partnership with Dávila Multicultural Insights of Encino, Calif. and HispanicAd.com, the U.S. Hispanic advertising and marketing industry’s most widely read and trusted media and information source, is pleased to announce the November 7, 2015 release of its second annual Hispanic CMO Thought Leadership Report.
Total U.S. Hispanic advertising dollars from CPGs/Retailers in 2014 were $2 billion–up from $1.2 billion in 2010. The 67% jump means that the U.S. Hispanic market now attracts 10.7% of total U.S. ad expenditures from CPGs/Retailers– a meteoric rise from the 5.4% seen in 2008.
To actively engage and better serve the 3.3 million Latinos that live and work in Riverside, San Bernardino and Orange counties, Freedom News Group is reintroducing its weekly Spanish-language UNIDOS newspaper as two distinctly local editions – La Prensa and Excélsior – starting today.
The sixth annual Hispanic Market Overview, a comprehensive look at the state of U.S. Hispanic advertising and marketing, is now available for download.