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 about 120,000 copies. It is one of Peru's most powerful media outlets.
La Repblica is a Lima-based Peruvian newspaper. Since its inception on November 16, 1981, it has been one of the two major national daily newspapers sold throughout the country. Gustavo Mohme Llona, a former member of Peruvian Congress, created the tabloid.
The official daily newspaper of Peru is Diario Oficial El Peruano. Simón Bolvar created the daily on October 22, 1825, though it changed titles throughout the next few decades and was not published continuously since its inception.
Perú.21 is a Peruvian newspaper based in Lima. In 2002, Perú.21 was founded by the economist Augusto Álvarez Rodrich, and it has quickly become one of the leading newspapers of Peru, known for its provocative caricatures and cartoon publications.
Correo is a national circulation newspaper in Peru, directed by Iván Slocovich Pardo, and part of the El Comercio Group. It was founded in 1962 in Tacna by pesquero entrepreneur Luis Banchero Rossi, as the Empresa Periodstica Nacional SA, Epensa (replaced the daily Sur).
El Bocon is the most popular Peruvian sports newspapers. It was published since 1994.
Ojo is a Peran newspaper founded in 1968 by entrepreneur Luis Banchero Rossi. Ojo was founded on March 14, 1968, as a Lima-based daily newspaper.1 Its founder was entrepreneur Luis Banchero Rossi, who had previously founded the Correo newspaper network under the direction of the Empresa Periodstica Nacional SA (Epensa). Banchero had Enrique Agois Paulsen as a partner in this journalistic adventure.
El Popular is a Persia newspaper that was founded in 1984. La Republica Publicaciones S.A. belongs to the Grupo La Republica Publicaciones S.A. and has regional editions in the north and south of the country. He has established himself as a leader in the communication media on issues including law enforcement, current events, and entertainment.
Trome is a Persia tabloid that was founded in 20011 and is part of the El Comercio Group. It is the most widely distributed Spanish-language newspaper, with more than a million copies sold each day, outselling newspapers such as Clarn, La Prensa, and El Pas.