Your local connection starts here!
Reach Miami-Dade's most affluent, educated and locally connected consumers.
Our twelve newspapers connect local merchants and businessmen with readership families whose buying power rings up a median income 51% higher than the county average.Learn More
The constantly updated website is a powerful place to continue the connection on any device. Each form of “gathering”; in print and online, in your hand or at your desk resonates differently. Use all of them for maximum impact. Learn More
Harness the communication power of email. Over 50,000 people subscribe to our weekly Newsletter to stay up to date on community based news and events. Add the Newsletter to your marketing campaign for better results.Learn More
Our need to connect is the same as it ever was. Thanks to social media the way we do it is more varied and inclusive than ever before. At CN, we share our presence on Twitter and FB with our clients. Come along for the ride. Learn More
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Why Advertise in Miami's Community Newspapers?
- Our readers are well- connected to the community and their average median household income is 51% higher than the county average and research shows that these consumers tend to support locally owned business
- As the voice of the community, Miami's Community Newspapers, has been a central force in helping connect the residents with local businesses and goverment for more than 50 years
- Community Newspapers readers can become your customers, and come back to your business throughout the years. Research shows that citizens who are connected and involved are apt to become loyal consumers.
Once again, Michael and Grant, we thank you for your leadership. At a time when everyone is focused on the ills that affect our society today, your Community Newspapers gives us all something to cheer and smile about. Continued success to the two of you.Anthony Seijas, President, Lennar Homes Miami-Dade and Broward Counties
The fact that Community Newspaper is a family owned and operated business is part of the reason your publication have excelled. I am proud to have been part of the “Miller Publishing/Community Newspapers Family” for nearly seven years. I have learned so much from you both, more than you could ever know. I wish you and Community Newspapers continued success for years to comeEloise E. Rodriguez, President, Bristol Public Relations, Inc.
Your newspapers are a staple in this thriving community and something we should all be grateful for in one way or another.John Underwood, SVP, Tinsley Advertising