AL DÍA recognized by the Local Media Association
PHILADELPHIA -- AL DÍA News is pleased to announce that it has won an award from the Local Media Association in the 2015 Newspaper of the Year contest. In the Class D 37,000+ (non-daily) division, AL DÍA took third place.
Judges said, “AL DÍA packs plenty of political and cultural news into a paper that boasts grabber coverage (the judges particularly appreciated the comic book-style front-page treatment touting a story about Marvel’s Axel Alonso). The paper, mostly in Spanish with English and Spanish versions online, serves the Latino community in Philadelphia well.”
The first place winner was, the St. Louis American, while Lancaster Farming took the second place nod.
AL DÍA is proud to be one of three newspapers from Pennsylvania that was honored by the Local Media Association.
The Local Media Association is a thriving and innovative association that serves more than 2,200 local media companies (newspapers, TV, radio, directories, pure plays, and more) as well as several hundred research & development partners in the industry. LMA assists local media companies with the digital transition via cutting-edge programs, conferences, webinars, research and training.
Available for comment: Hernan Guaracao, AL DÍA News CEO
Contact: Swabreen Bakr / 215-789-6969 / email@example.com
AL DÍA News Media is a dynamic news organization based in Philadelphia, with an increasingly national scope and reach. Our multi-platform news media organization showcases the fullness of the Latino experience in the United States — fostering engagement and driving a new American narrative. AL DÍA empowers Latinos to write their own story and is the only news media organization that defines the Latino experience proactively.
AL DÍA offers readers a unique perspective in the midst of the cluttered media landscape with its national news website available in English and Spanish, a newspaper, English-language events including media panels, political conversations, and other ambitious content initiatives. Our print product has a 96 percent reach in the Latino market and is the only audited and only award-winning publication for the Latino audience in the Greater Philadelphia region. Visit aldianews.com for more information.