ABC is a Spanish national daily newspaper. It is the second largest general-interest newspaper in Spain, number one in Madrid, and the oldest newspaper still operating in Madrid. Along with El Mundo and El País, it is one of Spain’s three newspapers of record. It is also circulated in Latin America, and is considered as a newspaper of record for the exiled of Cuba and Venezuela
El Pas is a Spanish-language daily newspaper published in Madrid. El Pas is headquartered in Madrid and is owned by the Spanish media group PRISA. As of December 2017, it was Spain's second most widely circulated daily newspaper.
El Diario Vasco is a morning daily newspaper published in San Sebastián, Basque Country, Spain. The Sociedad Vascongada de Publicaciones, led by conservative writers like as Juan Ignacio Luca de Tena and Ramiro de Maeztu, launched El Diario Vasco in 1934. The paper's headquarters are in San Sebastián.
Diari de Girona is a daily Catalan newspaper published in Girona, Catalonia. The journal Los Sitios was established in 1943 with equipment taken from the Rahola family's weekly L'Autonomista. It was the only daily publication in Girona at the time, as well as the press of the Spanish state in Girona.
La Razón is a Spanish daily newspaper based in Madrid. It has the sixth-highest circulation among general-interest Spanish dailies and the fourth-highest among Madrid-based dailies. Satellite news bureaus and local versions of the newspaper can be found in Barcelona, Murcia, Seville, Valencia, and Valladolid.
The Corporación Voz de Galicia owns the Spanish daily newspaper La Voz de Galicia. La Voz is the most widely circulated newspaper in Galicia and the seventh most widely circulated general-interest daily newspaper in Spain. It is mostly written in Spanish, with some Galician thrown in for good measure in the cultural and opinion parts.
Diari de Tarragona is a Spanish-language daily with some Catalan-language content. They are based in the province of Tarragona and are dedicated to providing local and regional news to the region. They were created in 1939 as Diario Espaol, just a few weeks before the end of the Spanish Civil War.
La Nueva Espaa is a Spanish daily newspaper. It is published in Oviedo and serves Asturias. Editoral Prensa Asturiana is the paper's publisher. It is printed at tabloid size. The paper has an unbiased political perspective.