Ad Age's 2014 Hispanic Fact Pack Is Out Now

Buoyed by marketers' growing interest in Hispanic millennials as consumers and trendsetters, the Hispanic media market continues to outpace overall growth in the U.S. ad industry. Ad Age's eleventh-annual Hispanic Fact Pack, distributed with the July 28 issue of the magazine, includes hard-to-find data about marketers, ad spending, demographic change and how Hispanics use digital media. Rankings in the 44-page guide include the top 50 Hispanic advertisers, the 50 largest Hispanic agencies and the 16 biggest Hispanic media agencies.The digital edition of the Hispanic Fact Pack is available free at http://AdAge.com/hfp2014.In 2013, U.S. Hispanic media spending rose by 8.1% to $8.3 billion, way ahead of the overall increase of just 0.9% in U.S. measured-media spending, according to the Hispanic Fact Pack. Continue reading at AdAge.com Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

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