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Kansas City Hispanic News is a mainstream newspaper. We offer a bilingual English to Spanish publication and provide an excellent medium for advertisers looking for that hometown focus of journalism.

Nearly 200,000 Hispanic/Latinos reside in our target market, which includes Kansas City, MO, Independence, Lee Summit, Blue Springs, Belton, Gladstone, North Kansas City and Grandview. Plus these counties in Missouri; Buchanan, Jackson, Clay, Cass and Platte. In Kansas Wyandotte, Johnson, Leavenworth, Wichita, Sedgwick and Douglas. Serving Kansas City, KS, Overland Park, Lenexa, Olathe, Emporia and Topeka. Our circulation in these areas provides our advertisers with plenty of exposure into thousands of Hispanic households.

Kansas City Hispanic News, is a weekly publication printing 10,000 copies with an average readership of 35,000 per week. Complimentary copies are available at select distribution sites –retail locations, churches with large Hispanic congregations, and local service and health agencies.

Our editorial staff has an aggregate experience of well over 75 years in the news business and graphic arts. Moreover, Owner/Publisher Joe Arce has a long history of civic involvement, and serves on the boards of area organizations, including The Guadalupe Centers, the Hispanic Media Association, and the Center for Management Assistance. He has also served on advisory boards including Cabot Westside Clinic, Heart of America United Way. Because of that experience and involvement, Kansas City Hispanic News has emerged as an important link for advertisers who want to reach the Hispanic community.

We look forward to working with you and being a part of your next promotional strategy.

Sincerely yours,
Kansas City Hispanic News