Who we are...
• The premier Spanish Language newspaper on the Treasure Coast
• Higher circulation and distribution of any other weekly Hispanic paper with
25,000 per week throughout six counties with additional locations in select cities and growing weekly.
• Readership includes:
English speaking and Spanish speaking communities all along the Treasure Coast and beyond.
We serves the first, second and third generation Hispanics in the country.
Our readership cuts across the different Spanish language dialects
Mexicans, Central Americans, Cubans and other Caribbean countries, South Americans and more!
• Full service newspaper -
Local National and International news stories.
Interviews with prominent local business owners, government officials, etc.
Special interest articles, politics, economy, education, health, social issues, sports, culinary, classifieds, real estate, entertainment, community events and announcements.
SPECIAL SECTIONS: Real Estate, Classified, Services and Restaurants.
• Format: Tabloid
Businesses (Hispanics and non Hispanics)
Private and Public Schools (K-12)
Colleges and Universities
Hospitals and Clinics
Festivals, Concerts and Fairs
Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, select areas of Broward and Palm Beach.
Palm City, Stuart, Port St. Lucie, Fort Pierce, Vero Beach, Sebastian, Fellsmere, Indiantown and Okeechobee.
The Hispanic population consists of a variety of cultures that speak the Spanish language. La Voz (the Voice) speaks to them all!
We are celebrating our third successful year on the Treasure Coast. The first issue was published on January 30, 2004.
The Treasure Coast of Florida uniquely enjoys diverse neighborhoods rich with cultural diversity! La Voz serves a wide variety of cultural backgrounds and all levels of educational experience.
Considered by many to be the premier Spanish Language tabloid newspaper on the Treasure Coast, La Voz currently enjoys a wide distribution of 15,000 copies available in six counties with additional locations in select cities, and growing weekly. Our plan is to expand our publication to areas beyond the Treasure Coast.
Recent figures shows Hispanics comprise 16 to 21% of the total Treasure Coast population. Cubans and Hispanics from other Caribbean countries, Central Americans, Mexicans, South Americans and more. Those figures are likely higher today since the last series of hurricanes resulted in a large percentage of Hispanics moving from South Florida to the Treasure Coast .
La Voz strongly believes, as they do, in preserving the characteristics of their origins. They all read La Voz!
News in Education program:
A participant in the NIE, (Newspapers in Education Program) La Voz has already made a significant contribution with a positive impact in the classrooms of 136 schools grades K-12. In addition La Voz is a major sponsor of many Hispanic and non-Hispanic events along the Treasure Coast.
La Voz...The Voice... can be Your Voice to the Hispanic community on the Treasure Coast! ...and beyond!