Chicago Tribune announced the appointment of John Trainor as general manager of Hoy. Trainor, who starts his new role on July 14, succeeds Julian Posada, who left the position in May.

Chicago based Hispanic Solutions, parent company of Papel Media, is restructuring its organization. Founder and now former CEO John Trainor is leaving to assume the role of General Manager at the Tribune Company‚s HOY in Chicago.

Cesar Pizarro, vice president and business manager of El Nuevo Herald announced his retirement.

Since the 1980s, there has been no single individual in our company more closely associated with our strategy in the Hispanic marketplace in general, or with the success of El Nuevo Herald, in particular.

Cesar began his career with us in 1974, and along the way has served as Director of Circulation for The Miami News, Regional Sales Manager for The Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald, Director of Display Ad Sales, National Advertising Director, Director of Spanish Language Publications, and Director of Hispanic Market & International Advertising. He was a key player in the launch of El Nuevo Herald in 1987 as well as the decision to market El Nuevo separately from The Miami Herald in 1998.

ImpreMedia announced the appointment of Bill Vincent as Publisher of the Rumbo newspaper network in South and Central Texas.

The Dallas Morning News announced that this summer it will triple the distribution of its Spanish-language paper, Al Dia, on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

La Raza Newspaper in Chicago has re-launched with unprecedented response from the Hispanic community and its advertisers.

Spanish-language daily newspaper Al Dia and the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GDHCC) announced a new program to recognize a new generation of Latino leaders.

New consumer research conducted by Clark, Martire & Bartolomeo and commissioned by Google indicates that consumers frequently combine use of newspapers and the Internet to evaluate and make purchases, the Newspaper Association of America said today.

ImpreMedia led in awards received by the National Association of Hispanic Publications’ (NAHP) 23rd Annual Conference with 27 awards and 9 of them Gold. The José Martí Awards for Excellence in Hispanic Print represents the most prestigious Hispanic media awards in the nation.

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El Nuevo Día Orlando announced that they will begin offering custom publishing services for the U.S. Hispanic market.

When Florida consumers want a new car, need a new appliance, or are in search of the best deals at local supermarkets, most of them, regardless of their age, still turn to their local newspaper.

ImpreMedia announced the launch of -- a new online network of websites targeting the U.S. Hispanic community.

Advertising expenditures for newspaper Web sites increased by 18.8 percent to $3.2 billion in 2007, according to preliminary estimates from the Newspaper Association of America.

ImpreMedia announced that it will be the primary content provider for the new MySpace Latino Community, "TodoFutbol."