Orlando, FL–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–August 20, 2007–El Nuevo Día Orlando, the only Spanish language daily newspaper in Central Florida, reported the results of the second audit conducted by the Certified Audit of Circulations (CAC) during the months of April, May and June of 2007. The CAC, established in 1956, is a research firm that serves publishers, advertisers and advertising agencies and reports circulation data throughout the United States. According to the CAC final audit report, El Nuevo Día Orlando has a circulation of 27,671 from Monday to Thursday and 42,134 on Fridays. “We are very pleased with the results of this our second audit conducted in only 6 months. It is remarkable how in only three months our circulation has increased 8% from Monday to Thursday and 10% on Fridays. Once again, the results of this audit confirms our leadership position as the main source of local information for the Hispanic Community in Orlando and our firm commitment of providing valuable, reliable and the most recent market information to our advertisers”, said Jaime Segura General Manager of El Nuevo Día. For additional information about the CAC audit results please visit http://www.endiorlando.com.
About El Nuevo Día Orlando
El Nuevo Día was launched in September of 2003 to serve the growing Hispanic population of Central Florida. El Nuevo Día Orlando publishes Monday to Friday and is distributed through national retail chain stores, local retailers and is also delivered to homes. El Nuevo Día Orlando is owned by Grupo Ferré Rangel. GFR publishes Puerto Rico’s and the United States’ largest Spanish language circulation daily newspaper, also named El Nuevo Día. (Daily circulation 205,994 Sunday 255,578).