7DÍAS and La Guía win 9 José Martí Awards

7DÍAS and La Guía win 9 José Martí Awards



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ATLANTA, April 22 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP) has concluded its 23rd annual convention. The association gathers Hispanic publications from across the country with a combined weekly circulation of more than ten million copies.

As it is always the case, the convention ended with the Jose Marti awards, which are given to publications in a variety of categories based on their work throughout the year.

This year TV Net Productions received nine awards for both La Guía del Golfo and 7DÍAS thus becoming the second most awarded company in the competition. The publication with the most awards was ImpreMedia (who publishes La Opinion, Diario La Prensa, El Mensajero, Rumbo, and La Prensa de Orlando), the biggest Hispanic newspaper chain in the nation, with thirty awards.

7DÍAS obtained three Gold Jose Marti awards, two in the silver category, and two in the bronze category. The publication was also nominated the third best Hispanic weekly newspaper in the nation.

La Guía garnered the prestigious Best Editorial Column gold award and the bronze award for Best Magazine Design.

Cox Newspapers with its publications Mundo Hispanico, Ahora Si and the yellow pages of Atlanta received nine awards. El Tiempo Latino (owned by the Washington Post) received nine awards as well.

For the second time 7DÍAS was recognized as the most highly awarded Hispanic newspaper in the state of Florida. “This is the work of our entire team and our promise is to continue to recognize the support of our readers. I believe that responsibility, quality, and commitment has made us what we are today. We are the voice of our community,” commented Luis Baron, publisher of 7DÍAS.

7DÍAS was also honored with the Technology award granted by the NAHP and sponsored by Miller Brewing Company. The award consists of a $5,000 grant aimed at improving the technological advancement of the publication.

TV Net is 100% Hispanic owned and founded and has been serving the community for eight years. Since 2002, the company has received 15 first places at the NAHP awards and countless other recognitions throughout the community and the country.

7DÍAS and La Guía win 9 José Martí Awards