CTLN Joins Forces With Hispanicize Wire

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June 18, 2019

CTLatinoNews.com (CTLN) is thrilled to announce its newly-formed 
partnership with Hispanicize Wire.

This cooperative, which serves to greatly benefit both groups, will ultimately prove to be most beneficial to the Hispanic/Latino communities they serve.

CTLN Publisher and Executive Editor, Hugo Balta praised the affiliation, “Hispanicize Wire offers comprehensive national, state and city-specific distributions to U.S. Hispanic/Puerto Rico media and bloggers. Their team of experts will help CTLN reach larger audiences.”

Hispanicize Wire, a one hundred percent Latino owned and operated business, transmits press releases and other informative content to U.S. 
Hispanic news media and small businesses throughout the United States in English and Spanish.  “We’re excited to partner with a journalist and media leader of Hugo [Balta]’s caliber and influence,” said Bill Gato, CEO of Hispanicize Wire. “Hugo is a pioneer and role model for Latino journalists who are adopting new technologies, launching new media platforms and forging new marketing partnerships to better serve U.S. Hispanic audiences.”

Hispanicize Wire’s economic approach to press release wiring has 
been crucial in expanding Hispanic focused news.

The drive to improve the fair and accurate coverage of U.S. Hispanics/Latinos, and make those reflective and inclusive stories more accessible to the general public is at the forefront of the mission for both CTLN and Hispanicize Wire.

As Balta’s plans take shape, to expand the CTLN editorial concept to all of New England under the Latino News Network (LNN), he’s confident that the new collaboration will be key in achieving those goals. “In order to reach target audiences, one needs the right communication pipeline; that’s Hispanicize Wire.”


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