El Comercio is a Lima-based Peruvian newspaper. It is Peru's oldest newspaper and one of the world's oldest Spanish-language papers, having been founded in 1839. It has a daily circulation of over 120,000 copies. It is one of Peru's most powerful media outlets.
El Universo is one of Ecuador's largest daily newspapers. It was founded in 1921, and the first edition was released on September 16, that same year. Its headquarters are in Guayaquil, Ecuador. The newspaper has been published continuously since its inception, with only minor interruptions during the dictatorship.
La Hora is Ecuador's most regionally distributed newspaper. It focuses on regional news and has a total of ten regional editions. La Hora's headquarters are in Quito, Ecuador.
El Telégrafo is a Spanish-language daily newspaper founded in 1884 in Guayaquil, Ecuador.
A newspaper extra, extra edition, or special edition is a special issue of a newspaper published outside of its regular publishing schedule to report on important or sensational news that arrived too late for the regular edition, such as the outbreak of war, the assassination of a public figure, or even the latest developments in a sensational trial.
Correo del Sur is a Bolivian daily newspaper published in Sucre. Chuquisaca, Potos, and Tarija departments are served by the paper.
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.
La Opinión is a Spanish-language news outlet based in Los Angeles, California, that publishes a website and a daily newspaper. It is the largest Spanish-language newspaper in the United States and the second-most read newspaper in Los Angeles. ImpreMedia, LLC publishes it.
Ultimas Noticias is a daily newspaper in Venezuela that is currently British-owned and described as a "pro-Maduro tabloid" by The Guardian. ltimas Noticias was founded in Caracas on September 16, 1941, following President Medina Angarita's pro-freedom measures.
El Heraldo Austral, founded on September 9, 1951, is a weekly newspaper that currently circulates in the towns of Puerto Varas, Llanquihue, and Frutillar, with a circulation of over 50,000 people.