El Heraldo Latino launches in East Boston, New Spanish language monthly

EAST BOSTON (January 14, 2015) The East Boston Ecumenical Community Council (EBECC) and Perfiles Publishing Group have the pleasure of inviting you to a warm reception, in which we will launch El Heraldo Latino, a new independent monthly newspaper targeting the Spanish-speaking communities of East Boston, Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop. This monthly newspaper is geared towards informing, educating, motivating, and captivating a large number of Hispanic readers with its informative, serious, responsible, and in-depth coverage of the news and happenings that take place in Suffolk County.

According to various censuses that have taken place since 2000, the Hispanic population in Suffolk County has increased enormously. This demographic increase brings with it a series of benefits for our county, including the integration of a politically active population that is more diverse and productive, which is well-established economically, and contributes richly to the cultural and social wellbeing of the community.

El Heraldo Latino arrives just in time in Suffolk County as the Hispanic newspaper that will provide the best in-depth coverage in Spanish about topics related to the economy, politics, immigration, public health, education, culture, civics and society, not to mention news of government affairs, local businesses, and community issues. Because of this, El Heraldo Latino will be able to easily reach its readers, thus quickly converting it into the best and most unique local vehicle for businesses, government agencies, and other organizations to disseminate their information to the Spanish-speaking population of Suffolk County.

The launch party for El Heraldo Latino took place on Friday, December 12th, at the East Boston Social Centers, which is located at 68 Central Square, East Boston, MA 02128

This will be an excellent opportunity for you to learn more about our newspaper and discover how it can provide better options for your business, government agency, or non-profit organization to reach Suffolk County’s Spanish-language readers via El Heraldo Latino.