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Founded in 1980 in Miami, Publicitas Latin America is the local partner for advertisers and agencies seeking media solutions in Latin America, the US Hispanic market and internationally.Find out more
Audience Targeting System is Publicitas programmatic advertising solution, for clients and media agencies who want to reach global media and audiences.Find out more
Publicitas is a leading media services company that operates in more than 20 countries. We work with media owners, advertisers and agencies across the world.Find out more
Publicitas represents international media owners in local markets. We give advertisers and agencies access to premium media in more than 100 countries.Watch the video
We represent the world’s leading newspapers, luxury magazines, TV, radio, premium outdoor spaces as well as mobile and digital platforms.Find out more
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Publicitas in Latin America is the preferred partner of the world's leading digital, print, mobile, tablet, in-flight, radio, TV, and out-of-home media.
Notable partners include Editora Abril, GDA (Grupo de Diarios America), FOLHA, The Globe and Mail, South China Morning Post, The Guardian (UK), The Times of India, and The Straits Times.
12. October 2015Europe: Publicitas at DMEXCO 2015
12. October 2015USA: Mobile Programmatic Display Ad Spend to Eclipse Desktop as Automation Grows
12. October 2015Australia: Print still the preferred medium
12. October 2015USA: Time Inc.'s Travel + Leisure Launches new E-Commerce Initiative.
06. October 2015USA: Food and Wine Fall Relaunch
05. October 2015Europe's Programmatic Video Ad Revenues Will Near '2 Billion in 2020
30. September 2015Germany: Bento: your Web, your Stories
25. September 2015New Zealand: All-time record Interactive Display Advertising revenue recorded in Q2 2015
24. September 2015USA: Ad spending slips 3.9% in the 2nd quarter of 2015
23. September 2015Canada: La Presse shifts to digital, will cease weekday printed edition in 2016