Hoy Chicago has won 5 of the 2011 José Martí Publishing Awards given by the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP). The accomplishment, including the top award for a daily newspaper, was announced during the non-profit's annual convention in Las Vegas last weekend.
Gold for Outstanding Hispanic Daily
Silver for Outstanding Publication Website (30,000+ circulation)
Bonze for Most Improved Publication of the year (30,000+ circulation)
Bonze for Outstanding Front Page Design
Silver for Outstanding Inside Design Spread
"The biggest honor is when recognition like this comes from within our industry peers, and to receive not one but five awards is remarkable" said John Trainor General Manager / Publisher of Hoy Chicago, "I am very proud to lead such a high-performing and talented team and humbled to accept these awards as validation to keep pushing forward."
Brad Moore, Vice President of Targeted Media for Chicago Tribune Media Group commented, "The Hispanic market is vital to our community and our diverse media company. These awards underscore Hoy's position as a market leader and innovator."
HOY, a division of Chicago Tribune Media Group, is the largest circulating Spanish-language daily newspaper Monday through Friday in the United States, regarded as Chicago's "Newspaper of Record for Hispanics" is quickly also becoming the leading news-site for Spanish-language online users nation-wide.
Hoy publishes two of the leading newspapers within Chicago and Los Angeles, Hoy and Fin de Semana with a combined gross weekly distribution of 1.6 million copies. Hoy offers a diversified portfolio of media products which includes print, online, mobile, out-of-home and digital signage. Hoy's mission is to inform, entertain and educate Hispanics with engaging, relevant content that help build successful lives, serve as an advocate and provide a link to Latino culture. For more information about Hoy visit ViveloHoy.com.
The national Association of Hispanic Publications, Inc. (NAHP, Inc,) is a nonprofit, non-partisan trade advocacy organization representing the leading Spanish language publications serving 41 markets in 39 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico with a combined circulation of over 23 million (as per www.nahp.org).