THE RTN newspaper welcomes you to its first-ever edition specifically produced for the Costa del Sol.
After firmly establishing itself over the last 18 years as a popular free weekly newspaper with two editions throughout the Costa Blanca, the Costa del Sol now also becomes part of our circulation, readership and advertising area.
Just three short months ago the RTN brand, with a reputation throughout the Costa Blanca for community news, was taken over by EWN Media Group (EWNMG).
Since then the RTN staff – under the leadership and direction of the bigger EWNMG with headquarters in Benalmadena and offices throughout southern Spain – has been laying the foundations to publish its own Costa del Sol edition.
So today is an historic day for the RTN – with colleagues now also based on the Costa del Sol – as it looks forward to providing the same high quality local and regional news coverage, feature articles and more that it has built a reputation for on the Costa Blanca over so many years.
With the added strength being provided by EWNMG management plus its larger and more experienced support infrastructure, RTN is already benefitting from increased circulation, better distribution points and more local representatives.
It’s no boast to say that advertising clients are already being offered a fuller, more rounded service, and now Costa del Sol based newspaper readers can look forward to experiencing exactly what RTN has only been able to offer Costa Blanca-based families previously.
Michel and Steven Euesden, who head EWNMG and who have been involved at the highest level of newspaper publishing in southern Spain for almost 25 years, said, “The launch of the RTN Costa del Sol issue further cements our ongoing expansion plans. Despite challenges throughout the global media industry, these are extremely exciting times for us all within EWNMG.”
Meanwhile with the launch the RTN team looks forward to receiving feedback as well as hearing from anyone with local news, information on clubs, societies and general items of interest, including unusual local photographs.