Miami Herald Media Company publishes online, print, and digital products for adults in South Florida, the Caribbean, and Latin America. It publishes The Miami Herald, a news paper that provides information on various topics, such as news, sports, entertainment, business, living, opinion, classifieds, and shopping; and El Nuevo Herald, a Spanish-language newspaper. The company also operates MiamiHerald.com, a source that provides the latest breaking local news, weather, jobs, real estate, health, travel, and more; elNuevoHerald.com, a Spanish-language news Website in the United States; Miami.com, an insider guide to Miami and South Florida entertainment, including nightlife, restaurants, hote...
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Miami, FL 33172
Founded in 1903
Miami Herald Media Company Replaces David Landsberg with Alexandra Villoch as President and Publisher
Apr 7 14
Alexandra Villoch is the new president and publisher of the Miami Herald Media Company. Villoch replaces David Landsberg, who resigned to become president and CEO of Goodwill Industries of South Florida. Villoch begins her new role on April 14. She joined the Miami Herald Media Company in 2000 as national advertising director and later became director of retail advertising and event marketing. In 2005, she was named senior vice president for advertising and marketing. Prior to joining the Herald, she worked for United Airlines.
Sportsmanias.com Announces Partnership with Miami Herald
Nov 5 13
Sportsmanias.com announced a partnership with the Miami Herald. The broad partnership involves Sportsmanias driving viewer traffic to the Miami Herald website through the posting of beat writer story headlines and tweets on the various professional sports teams and college teams Sportsmanias pages. Complete newspaper article content still resides on the Miami Herald website; Sportsmanias will be simply driving new traffic to the Miami Herald's strong online audience through various channels. Sportsmanias will also produce banner ads featuring the Miami Herald beat writers that will be displayed on their respective Sportsmanias pages. Sportsmanias will incorporate the Miami Herald's beat writers in its various social media efforts, including Facebook and Twitter posts. Sportsmanias will also host Google+ hangout video chats with fans that will be able to connect directly with the Miami Herald beat writers. This platform gives the writers an opportunity to answer fan questions one-on-one and further build a dedicated audience.