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Media of Honduras

Media of the Honduras consist of several different types of communications media: television, radio, cinema, newspapers, magazines, and Internet-based Web sites. Honduras also has a growing music industry.

Contents

  • Radio 1
  • Television 2
  • Motion pictures 3
  • Print media 4
    • Newspapers 4.1
    • Magazines 4.2
  • Internet 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7

Radio

Honduran radio broadcasts in two bands: FM and AM. Some stations are only talk radio – featuring interviews and discussions – while music radio stations broadcast one particular type of music: Top 40, hip-hop, country, etc.

Television

At least half of the Honduran households have at least one television. Public television has a far smaller role than in most other countries.

Motion pictures

Honduras has a growing industry that started in 1950's.

Print media

Newspapers

All major metropolitan areas have their own local newspapers, for example the Newspapers in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa.

Magazines

Honduras has various monthly newsmagazines: Hablemos Claro, Cromos, Diez, Click,Estilo, Amiga, Hablemos Claro Financiera, etc.[1]

And also has various specialized magazines that serve the diverse interests and hobbies of the Honduran people, there are also some magazines published by professional organizations for their members, such as Revista Medica Hondureña.

Internet

The Internet has provided a means for newspapers and other media organizations to deliver news and, significantly, the means to look up old news. Some organizations allow their archives to be freely browsed.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Revistas de Honduras
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