El Espectador is a Colombian newspaper with a national circulation that was founded on March 22, 1887 in Medelln by Fidel Cano Gutiérrez and has been published in Bogotá since 1915.
El Colombiano is the leading newspaper in Colombia's Antioquia Department, with headquarters in Medelln. On February 6, 1912, the first edition of this newspaper was published, with only one page, 13 advertisements, and no news articles.
El Tiempo is a Colombian broadsheet daily newspaper that was founded on January 30th, 1911. El Tiempo has the highest circulation in Colombia as of 2019, with an average daily weekday circulation of 1,137,483 readers, rising to 1,921,571 readers for the Sunday edition.
El Bogotano is a daily evening newspaper tabloid founded in 1973 in Bogotá, D.C., Colombia by journalist, politician, and businesswoman Consuelo Salgar Jaramillo. For a long time, the newspaper's editor was Yamid Amat, a well-known Colombian journalist and radio broadcaster.
La Crónica del Quindo is a Colombian regional daily newspaper founded in 1991 in Armenia. It primarily serves Colombia's Coffee-Growers Axis region.
El Heraldo Austral es un periódico fundado el 9 de septiembre de 1951 que actualmente circula en las comunas de Puerto Varas, Llanquihue y Frutillar, llegando actualmente a una cobertura de más de 50 mil habitantes.
Ciro Gomez Mejia founded El Espacio in 1965. The newspaper's headquarters are in Bogota. The newspaper was last circulated on November 23, 2013, due to financial difficulties, technological changes in recent decades, strong competition from free newspapers, and lower prices. However, an online version has been available on El Espacio's official website since August 2014.
El Mundo, which preceded El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno, is Spain's second largest printed daily newspaper. Along with El Pas and ABC, the paper is regarded as one of the country's record newspapers.
El Nuevo Siglo (English: The New Century) is a Colombian regional daily newspaper based in Bogotá. It was founded in 1925 under the name El Siglo by Laureano Gómez Castro and José de la Vega, but due to its staunch opposition to General Gustavo Rojas Pinilla's military rule, it was closed by the government in 1953 and reopened only after the dictatorship ended in 1957. The newspaper's format shifted from broadsheet to tabloid in 1990, and its name was changed to the current one.
El Pas is a Spanish-language daily newspaper published in Madrid. El Pas is headquartered in Madrid and is owned by the Spanish media conglomerate PRISA. As of December 2017, it was Spain's second most widely circulated daily newspaper.
El Universal is a Mexico City-based newspaper. El Universal was founded in October 1916 in Santiago de Queretaro by Félix Palavicini and Emilio Rabasa to cover the end of the Mexican Revolution and the creation of the new Mexican Constitution.