Monday, December 19, 2011

PRISA DIGITAL partners with AcheiUSA

MIAMI, Dec. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- PRISA DIGITAL has partnered with AcheiUSA to further extend its growing portfolio of properties and to increase AcheiUSA's expansion into the US and LATAM markets.

With the agreement, PRISA Digital becomes a sales representative for AcheiUSA across the Spanish, Portuguese and US Hispanic Markets. "We're excited to partner with PRISA DIGITAL to support our growth across the US and Latin America," said AcheiUSA's CEO Jorge Moreira Nunes.

The partnership opens doors to exposing new audiences to PRISA's content through future integration of its properties including El Pais, AS and other original productions.

Jose Luis Ortega, Director of Business Development for PRISA DIGITAL Americas said, "AcheiUSA is a leading online destination for Brazilians in the US. This partnership will enable PRISA DIGITAL to provide high quality Portuguese content to our users from Brazil across the US and Latin America, as well as allow us to expose our content to a whole new audience."

About PRISA Digital
PRISA DIGITAL is the new area designed to lead the digital transformation of PRISA, the leading media company in the production and distribution of news, entertainment and education in the Spanish and Portuguese speaking world. With a focus on multi-channel access, it has over 100 websites, visited by over 36 million users a month across different segments including Print, Radio, TV, Publishing and Online. PRISA is at the forefront of multi-device content distribution with an ambitious launch strategy offering products and services tailored to the consumption habits of users through smartphones, PDAs, game consoles, and other mobile devices.

About AcheiUSA
AcheiUSA is a weekly newspaper, in the Portuguese language, for the Brazilian community living in the United States. Founded in October 2000 by the advertisement professional and journalist Jorge Moreira Nunes, it rapidly gained popularity because of its huge free classified section and soon became one of the most important publications in the Portuguese language outside Brazil.

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