Translated as “My Diary”, this Spanish-language daily newspaper is published in Panama City. It is published in a tabloid format. It is owned by the Corporacion La Prensa and was founded in the year 2003.
This conservative Panamanian newspaper was established by Ithiel Roberto Eisenmann Jr. during a period of military dictatorship in 1980. Prensa built an international reputation as an independent nationalist voice, and described by some admirers as “Panama’s leading opposition newspaper and its newspaper of record.
Translated as “The Century”, this Spanish language daily newspaper was founded on January 9, 1985. El Siglo was offered a prize for the best essays that explain and detail the criminal acts of the deposed tyrant (Noriega) and his followers. On December 10, 1998, a reporter of El Siglo was sentenced to 1 year and 8 months imprisonment for demation for a 1993 article written about former president Ernesto Perez Balladares, accusing him of helping to move money out of Panama for former military ruler Omar Torrijos.
This is the oldest daily newspaper in Panama, which originally began in 1849 as a Spanish-language translation insert of an English daily, The Panama Star, which had been formed in 1849. It has a circulation of approximately 8,000 print copies.
This is a daily Panamanian entertainment magazine established on January 16, 2003. Dia a Dia is printed twice a week and its backbone is the heart press. It is published in Spanish language and the magazine belongs to the EPASA publishing group, which also owns Panama America y Critica.