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List of newspapers in Chile

This is a list of newspapers in Chile.

Contents

  • Print newspapers 1
    • Daily circulation 1.1
      • National circulation 1.1.1
      • Regional circulation 1.1.2
    • Non-daily newspapers 1.2
  • Online newspapers 2
    • National audience 2.1
    • Regional audience 2.2
  • Defunct newspapers 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • Further reading 6
  • External links 7

Print newspapers

Daily circulation

National circulation

Newspaper   City   Founded   Publisher   Editor   URL  
Diario Financiero[1] Santiago 25 October Grupo Claro Roberto Sapag Quiroz [9]
El Mercurio[2] Santiago 1 June El Mercurio S.A.P. Cristián Zegers Aristía [10]
Estrategia[3] Santiago 17 October Editorial Gestión Víctor Manuel Ojeda Méndez[4] [11]
La Cuarta[5] Santiago 13 November Copesa Sergio Marabolí Triviño [12]
La Segunda[6] Santiago 29 July El Mercurio S.A.P. Mauricio Gallardo[7] [13]
La Tercera[8] Santiago 7 July Copesa Guillermo Turner [14]
Las Últimas Noticias[9] Santiago 15 November El Mercurio S.A.P. Agustín Edwards del Río [15]
La Hora[10] Santiago 17 November Copesa Sergio Marabolí Triviño [16]

Regional circulation

Arica y Parinacota Region
Tarapacá Region
Antofagasta Region
Atacama Region
Coquimbo Region
Valparaíso Region
Metropolitan Region
O'Higgins Region
Maule Region
Biobío Region
Araucanía Region
Los Ríos Region
Los Lagos Region
Aysén Region
Magallanes Region

Non-daily newspapers

Coquimbo Region
Metropolitan Region
O'Higgins Region

Online newspapers

This list includes some TV and radio stations that broadcast online.

National audience

Regional audience

Arica y Parinacota Region[11]
Tarapacá Region[12]
Antofagasta Region[13]
Atacama Region[14]
Coquimbo Region[15]
Valparaíso Region[16]
Metropolitan Region[17]
Screenshot of online newspaper Memoria of Pichilemu, in August 2014
O'Higgins Region[18]
Maule Region[19]
Biobío Region[20]
Araucanía Region[21]
Los Ríos Region[22]
Los Lagos Region[23]
Aysén Region[24]
Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena Region[25]

Defunct newspapers

See also

References

  1. ^ "Efemérides Octubre 2011" (PDF) (in Spanish). Santiago, Chile: General Gobernment Secretary Ministry of Chile. November 2010. p. 10. Archived (PDF) from the original on 4 May 2015. Retrieved 4 May 2015. 
  2. ^ "El Mercurio SAP: La gran cadena que une a Chile".  
  3. ^ "Dos nuevas distinciones internacionales para Grupo Sura" (in Spanish). Bogotá, Colombia: Unipymes. 4 December 2012. Archived from the original on 4 May 2015. Retrieved 4 May 2015. 
  4. ^ Jara Román, Sergio (12 August 2014). "Justicia ratifica inédita multa a dueño de diario por información tendenciosa".  
  5. ^ "Mira las mejores portadas en los 30 años de vida de La Cuarta".  
  6. ^ Valdebenito, Alfonso (1956). Historia del periodismo chileno: 1812-1955 (in Spanish). Fantasía. p. 78. "La Segunda de las Últimas Noticias", mas conocido por "La Segunda", diario de la tarde, fundado en Santiago el 29 de Julio de 1931; "La Estrella", de Valparaíso, vespertino fundado el 1.° de Enero de 1921. 
  7. ^ "La Segunda se reunió con el Movilh y lamentó lo sucedido tras polémica carta".  
  8. ^ "Efemérides Julio 2014" (DOC) (in Spanish). Santiago, Chile: General Gobernment Secretary Ministry of Chile. November 2010. p. 3. Archived from the original on 4 May 2015. Retrieved 4 May 2015. 
  9. ^ "Cartas".  
  10. ^ "Efemérides Noviembre 2014" (DOC) (in Spanish). Santiago, Chile: General Gobernment Secretary Ministry of Chile. November 2014. p. 6. Archived (PDF) from the original on 4 May 2015. Retrieved 4 May 2015. 
  11. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 Arica y Parinacota
  12. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 Tarapacá
  13. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 Antofagasta
  14. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 Atacama
  15. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 Coquimbo
  16. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 Valparaíso
  17. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 Valparaíso
  18. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 O'Higgins
  19. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 Maule
  20. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 Biobío
  21. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 Araucanía
  22. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 los Ríos
  23. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 los Lagos
  24. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 Aysén
  25. ^ Proyectos admisibles y reconsiderados Fondo de Medios 2014 Magallanes

Further reading

  • "Chile: Directory: the Press". Europa World Year Book.  

External links

  • "Chile". Provisional Census of Current Latin American Newspaper Holdings in UK Libraries. UK: Advisory Council on Latin American and Iberian Information Resources. 
  • "Chile". Union List of Current Newspapers and Selected Serials. USA: Latin America North East Libraries Consortium. 
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