Clarn is Argentina's largest newspaper and the second most widely read in the Spanish-speaking world. It was started in 1945 by Roberto Noble and published by the Clarn Group. Ernestina Herrera de Noble, the founder's wife, was its director for many years.
La Nación is a daily newspaper published in Argentina. La Nación's major adversary is the centrist Clarn, which is the country's leading conservative paper. It is often recognized as Argentina's record newspaper. Its motto is "La Nación will be a doctrine tribune.
The Argentine newspaper mbito Financiero was launched on December 9, 1976, by economist Julio A. Ramos. It is one of the most important economic publications. It was first sold in Downtown Buenos Aires, and it covered mostly the daily prices of the US dollar, gold, equities, and other commodities, as well as other editorials.
Diario Democracia is an Argentine daily newspaper published in Junin, Buenos Aires Province. Moses Lebensohn created it in October 1931.
The Buenos Aires Herald was an English language daily newspaper published in Buenos Aires, Argentina from 1876 to 2017. Its slogan was A World of Information in a few words.
Diario Norte is an Argentine daily newspaper produced in Resistencia. Norte was founded in 1968. Juan Carlos Rousselot, an anchorman, bought the publication in 1972 and encouraged his brother, Ricardo, to join him from Chicago.
La Prensa (Spanish for "The Press") is an Argentine daily newspaper that, soon after its founding in Buenos Aires in 1869, abandoned the customary emphasis on propaganda in favor of professional, reliable news reporting and autonomous editorial opinion.
Olé is a daily sports newspaper published in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Clarn Group began the journal on May 23, 1996. It has now become Argentina's most prominent sports journal, notably following the closure of El Gráfico in 2002.
El Cronista is an Argentine daily business newspaper published in Buenos Aires. Martin Giménez Antonio founded it and it was initially published as El Cronista Comercial on November 1, 1908. The name was changed to El Cronista in 1989. It was Argentina's first business daily newspaper.
El Ancasti is an Argentine daily newspaper produced in San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca. El Ancasti, like the town of the same name, was formed on July 8, 1988, and was named after a Cácan phrase alluding to the Andes that dominate Catamarca Province.