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Maxim for Latinos? – H para Hombres the First Audited Spanish-Language Lifestyle Male Magazine in the U.S. Market

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MIAMI, Florida, April 4, 2008, As part of the Maya Magazines, Inc. publishing commitment, H para Hombres applied for membership to the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) and its first Audit was concluded last March. The audit report, issued for 12 months ended December 31, 2007, was released today.

One year after its launch, H’s newsstand and subscription numbers show solid and sustaining growth, and preference among U.S. Latino men.

H speaks to the Latin man who is hip and accomplished, yet slightly mischievous. H celebrates the beauty, mind and spirit of today’s most coveted women, and exposes them elegantly like they’ve never been seen before. It intrigues and stimulates the male senses with its humorous, artistic, and erotically charged content. Each month’s stunning cover unveils entertainment, a personal lifestyle guide that includes everything from sex to relationships, to celebrities, cars, technology and style. H is a publication of MAYA MAGAZINES. For more information, go to http://www.mayamagazines.com .

About Notmusa/Maya Magazines Inc.
Mexico City-based Notmusa has been a publishing giant within the Latin-American market for over 51 years. Having formed one of the most respected and successful companies in the industry, we have produced and developed a distinguished and varied list of magazines. Some of the most recognized titles available in the market are: Tvnotas, 15 a 20, Veintitantos, Nueva, H para hombres, H Extremo, Notas para tí y 4Ruedas, as well as Récord, a sports newspaper, and the recently launched Centro, a daily general newspaper. The Miami Beach affiliate office opened in 2000 under our official U.S. moniker, Maya Magazines, and launched Tvnotas USA, the U.S. Hispanic version of our leading celebrity gossip and entertainment weekly publication in Mexico. In 2007 we decided to target Latin male readers, who were until then underserved, by launching H para Hombres and H Extremo, the bimonthly magazine that takes readers beyond what they see in H … In 2008 we will continue with our goals by focusing on the editorial and circulation growth of our pillars: TVnotas, H para Hombres and H Extremo.

For Notmusa/Maya Magazines, the objective is, and always has been, to create exemplary editorial content that focuses on and fulfills the needs of the Hispanic reader.

source: HispanicPRWire

Danay Escanaverino

Danay Escanaverino

Danay Escanaverino is a Latina entrepreneur, mom, avid traveler, tech geek, history buff, blogger and ADHD poster child She is CEO of LunaSol Media and Founder of #LatinaMeetup . Follow her on Instagram , Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

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