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List of newspapers in Argentina

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List of newspapers in Argentina

The list of newspapers in Argentina records printed and online newspapers from Argentina.

The circulation of newspapers in Argentina was peaked in 1983, when 1,420,417 copies overall sold. Two decades later, the overall circulation of newspapers in Argentina declined to 1,109,441 copies and 1,038,955 copies in 2012. Clarin remains the largest newspaper in Argentina, despite the fall in both total circulation and market share, which was peaked at almost 500,000 copies and 35% of all Argentine newspaper market in 1983, respectively.[1]

  Partially or wholly published in a foreign language
Newspaper Headquarters Founded Language Category Official website
24CON Buenos Aires 2008 Spanish Online [1]
Ámbito Financiero Buenos Aires 1976 Spanish Printed [2]
Argentinisches Tageblatt Buenos Aires 1878 German Printed [3]
Buenos Aires Herald Buenos Aires 1876 English Printed [4]
Clarín Buenos Aires 1945 Spanish Printed [5]
Crónica Buenos Aires 1963 Spanish Printed [6]
Diario Democracia Junín 1931 Spanish Printed [7]
Diario Hoy La Plata 1993 Spanish Printed [8]
Diario Norte Resistencia 1968 Spanish Printed [9]
Diario Popular Sarandí 1974 Spanish Printed [10]
Diario Uno Paraná 2000 Spanish Printed [11]
El Ancasti San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca 1988 Spanish Printed [12]
El Cronista Buenos Aires 1908 Spanish Printed [13]
El Día La Plata 1884 Spanish Printed [14]
El Diario Paraná 1914 Spanish Printed [15]
El Heraldo Concordia 1915 Spanish Printed [16]
El Independiente La Rioja 1959 Spanish Printed [17]
El Liberal Santiago del Estero 1898 Spanish Printed [18]
El Litoral Santa Fe 1918 Spanish Printed [19]
El Siglo San Miguel de Tucumán 1990 Spanish Printed [20]
El Tribuno Salta 1949 Spanish Printed [21]
La Capital Mar del Plata 1905 Spanish Printed [22]
La Capital Rosario 1867 Spanish Printed [23]
La Gaceta San Miguel de Tucumán 1912 Spanish Printed [24]
La Imprenta Lomas de Zamora 2011 Spanish Online [25]
La Mañana Neuquén Neuquén 2008 Spanish Printed [26]
La Nación Buenos Aires 1870 Spanish Printed [27]
La Nueva Provincia Bahía Blanca 1898 Spanish Printed [28]
La Prensa Buenos Aires 1869 Spanish Printed [29]
La Razón Buenos Aires 1905 Spanish Printed [30]
La Vanguardia Buenos Aires 1894 Spanish Printed [31]
La Voz del Interior Córdoba 1904 Spanish Printed [32]
Le Trait d'Union Buenos Aires 1992 French Printed [33]
Los Andes Mendoza 1883 Spanish Printed [34]
MDZ Online Guaymallén 2007 Spanish Online [35]
Misiones Online Posadas 2000 Spanish Printed [36] Buenos Aires 2006 Spanish Online [37]
Olé Buenos Aires 1996 Spanish Printed [38]
Página/12 Buenos Aires 1987 Spanish Printed [39]
Primera Edición Posadas 1991 Spanish Printed [40]
Río Negro General Roca 1912 Spanish Printed [41]
The Argentina Independent Buenos Aires 2006 English Online [42]
The Bubble Buenos Aires 2013 English Online [43]
The Southern Cross Buenos Aires 1875 Irish, Spanish Printed [44]


  1. ^ "Clarín vende un 32% menos que en 2003 y reduce su presencia en el mercado de diarios (Clarin sells 32% less than in 2003 and reduced its presence in the market daily)". Telam. August 30, 2013. Retrieved February 18, 2014. 
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