(Naples, FL) – In its continued quest to connect with readers, D’Latinos Magazine has added dozens of new distribution sites to its resume. As the leading Hispanic lifestyle magazine in Southwest Florida, D’Latinos Magazine has made it a priority to serve the growing Hispanic community.
The magazine will now connect with readers in 30 more Lee and Collier County Publix Supermarkets in the free publications area as well as in Walmart’s Neighborhood Markets and some Sweetbay Supermarkets. The monthly publication circulates 16,000 copies each month.
“While some publications across the country have reduced distribution over the last three years, we are thrilled D’Latinos Magazine continues to grow by providing a genuine connection for Hispanic individuals in our diverse Southwest Florida community,” said Orlando Rosales, D’Latinos Magazine Publisher.
The magazine’s strong growth is attributed to community interest, advertising revenues and the magazine’s outstanding community focus. In 2003, the magazine started with just 48 pages, but in the June 2011 issue D’Latinos Magazine will showcase 100 pages. The June 2011 issue will feature the Hispanic Medical Guide special section providing a list of Hispanic medical experts and professionals.
D’Latinos Magazine has long been an advocate for Lee and Collier Counties to promote the accomplishments of others within the business community such as its partnership with Gulfshore Business Magazine for the 2011 FACE Awards held earlier this year.
View D’Latinos Magazine’s new distribution locations by visiting www.dlatinos.tv and choosing D’latinos Magazine. Media please contact Mayela Rosales for more information at (239) 254-9995.
About Media Vista
In August, 2002, Orlando and Mayela Rosales created D’Latinos al Dia, a Hispanic television news program, which has grown into a Multi Platform media empire. In November 2003, the company launched D’Latinos Magazine, a free Southwest Florida Hispanic lifestyle publication. Orlando Rosales serves as chairman for the Media Vista Group, the parent company of D’Latinos al Dia, and in 2006 the company expanded to 24 hours of programming as the affiliate of Azteca America (WANA) for Southwest Florida, which has joined the Comcast digital lineup on Channels 231 and 611. In 2007-2008, Azteca America SWFL became available on DirectTV and Dish Network on channel 14.