Fox Sports en Español Mag Folds

Spanish-language network Fox Sports en Español is suspending publication of its eponymous magazine, the network said in a statement.

Fox Sports en Español magazine launched in March 2006 with a circulation of 750,000 and 10-times-a-year frequency. Aimed at Hispanic men 18-49, the title was distributed through Hispanic-language newspapers in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, Miami and Fort Worth, Texas, and via subscriptions.

The magazine was published with Cuatro Media, a Spanish-language media company. The network said it’s talking with potential partners in hopes of relaunching the magazine.

Fox Sports en Español didn’t give a reason for the decision to suspend publication, but the weakened ad market has killed off a slew of magazines, including other Hispanic-aimed titles like Reader’s Digest Association’s Selecciones and Time Inc.’s SI Latino, an offshoot of Sports Illustrated. One of the survivors, People en Espanol, is down 27 percent in ad pages to 328 this year through its July issue, per the Mediaweek Monitor.

Earlier this week, Vibe Media Group, weighed down by debt, folded hip-hop magazine Vibe.