MIAMI, March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- US Media Consulting, a leader in media representation and placement providing consulting services for companies targeting the Latin American, Caribbean, US Hispanic, and international markets, will represent The Wall Street Journal Americas (WSJ Americas) for the Florida region. WSJ Americas is the largest pan-regional business medium in Latin America and the premier source of daily global business and financial news in Spanish and Portuguese. US Media Consulting will also manage the global sales for Mexico and the Caribbean, which will not only include WSJ Americas, but also The Wall Street Journal global editions (U.S., Europe, & Asia), The Wall Street Journal Digital Network, WSJ. magazine and Barron's.
US Media Consulting opened offices in Mexico City with a sales force exclusively dedicated to promoting the newspaper to local agencies and clients. Meanwhile, its Miami headquarters will manage the WSJ Americas sales responsibilities for the Caribbean market.
"The WSJ Americas is the fastest and easiest way to reach the largest Latin American business and consumer market. Exclusively published within the business sections of leading newspapers in the region, WSJ Americas brings its award-winning journalism to Latin America's front doorstep," said Bruno Almeida, Managing Director and founder, US Media Consulting. "WSJ Americas guarantees top-notch advertising opportunities reaching decision-makers in an uncluttered environment, adjacent to specific editorial features and offering category exclusivity. WSJ Americas has been a trustworthy news source in the region delivering reliable editorial content and consistency of branding campaigns across the Americas for its clients."
Published as part of the business sections in 17 leading general-interest newspapers across Latin America, WSJ Americas is a must-read for business decision-makers, opinion leaders and affluent consumers.
"WSJ Americas has been an invaluable read for the Latin American executive since 1994. The Journal is an industry leading brand and US Media Consulting will help position us to offer a unique value proposition for advertisers in the region across multiple platforms," said Carl LeDunff, Managing Director, sales for The WSJ Americas. "We continue to offer our dedicated pan-regional audience the Journal's quality, award-winning news, as well as exciting new advertising opportunities."
About US Media Consulting
Founded in 2003, Miami-based US Media Consulting is a leader in media representation and placement providing consulting services for companies targeting the Latin American, Caribbean, US Hispanic and international markets. With offices in Argentina, Colombia and Guatemala, the company has developed key commercial relationships with over 600 media companies and partnered with over 80 US and global advertising/media agencies. US Media Consulting has solid established media relations and can offer clients turn-key solutions for media recommendations, planning, placement and managing in print, television, outdoor and online media as well as tailored creative solutions. For more information, contact [email protected] or visit http://www.usmediaconsulting.com.
About The Wall Street Journal Americas
The largest pan-regional business advertising medium in Latin America, WSJ Americas is the premier source of daily global business and financial news in Spanish and Portuguese. Published as part of the business sections in 17 leading general-interest newspapers across Latin America, The Journal Americas is a must-read for business decision-makers, opinion leaders and affluent consumers.
WSJ Americas is printed in 15 countries: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, El Salvador and Venezuela. The Journal Americas is also published online in Spanish and Portuguese as two of the foreign language editions offered on WSJ.com. WSJ Americas online offers relevant, reliable breaking news and analysis, opinion, market data and multimedia features tailored to a Latin American audience.
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