ImpreMedia Launches Special Coverage of Arizona SB 1070

LOS ANGELES–(Business Wire)–
ImpreMedia, the number one Hispanic news and information company in the U.S. in
online and print, announced that all of its properties will publish a
comprehensive, multimedia package covering the new Arizona law SB1070 beginning
today, Sunday, July 25, 2010.

The Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act also known as SB
1070, takes effect July 29, 2010 and has sparked national controversy and

“There is both information and misinformation about Arizona SB 1070. As a
trusted source, we feel it is important to provide the Hispanic community with a
clear explanation about the law, the impact on our community and what to do if
you encounter yourself faced with the law,” stated Hilda Garcia, VP of
Multi-platform News and Information. “Beyond that there is a human element; how
it has affected people as individuals and families. We put a face and a voice to
the people the law impacts.”

The multimedia package is available on all of ImpreMedia`s digital properties
allowing Hispanics across the nation access to the information. The coverage
includes the impact and effects on Latino families, immigration, security and
the economy. It features videos, slideshows, testimonial, statistics, a
chronology of the law and a forum where people can voice their opinion about the
law. Special coverage will also be published in ImpreMedia`s newspapers,
starting today and continuing throughout the upcoming weeks.

Starting on Sunday, July 25, 2010 the coverage can be found at:

About ImpreMedia

ImpreMedia ( is the No. 1 Hispanic News and
Information Company in the U.S. in Online and Print. ImpreMedia`s multi-platform
offerings range from Online to Video, Widgets, Social Media, Mobile, Audio and
Print and encompass 97 products on 7 platforms, including the portal and its McClatchy partner. 31% of all U.S. Hispanic adults use an
impreMedia network product. The network is also the nation`s largest Hispanic
newspaper publisher with newspapers in the top 7 U.S. Hispanic markets, reaching
16 markets total and representing 61% of the U.S. Hispanic population. Its
leading publications include La Opinión in Los Angeles and El Diario La Prensa
in New York. ImpreMedia portals and publication websites are:,,,,,,,,,,,, and

ImpreMedia, LLC was formed in 2004 as the first ever national Spanish-language
print and digital news and information company in the United States targeting
the growing Hispanic population. ImpreMedia originally combined the forces of La
Opinión and El Diario/La Prensa, the leading Spanish-language daily newspapers
in Los Angeles and New York. ImpreMedia is backed by a private investment group
led by Clarity Partners, Halyard Capital, ACON Investments, and the Lozano
family. Clarity Partners is a private equity firm based in Los Angeles, managing
over US$1 billion and focused on the media, communications, and business
services sectors. Halyard is a private equity firm based in New York, with over
$600 million of capital under management focused on investing in education,
information and marketing Services, communications and media companies. ACON
Investments is a diversified private equity firm based in Washington, D.C., with
more than $400 million of capital under management. ACON has portfolio
investments in the United States, Latin America and Europe. The Lozano family
originally founded La Opinión, and have owned and/or operated La Opinión for
almost 85 years.

ImpreMedia LLC
Mary Zerafa, 213-896-3600 or 562-754-2500

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