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The Media in Argentina



Argentina in one of the leaders in the South America media market, under favorable legislation, the industry has consolidated and a large number of companies have appeared; the accelerated growth of Internet sites and availability of broadcasting media online offers more possibilities to grow in the near future.
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Argentines have the highest newsprint consumption in Latin America, Buenos Aires has at least 12 leading national newspapers and there are a few hundred local newspapers in the provinces, the city of Buenos Aires in one of the principal editorial centers of the Spanish-speaking world, with 50 publishing houses at least.

Currently, exists 106 daily newspapers, with a total circulation of 1,500,000 papers, there are 42 television stations, 212 television sets per 1000 persons, 24,300,000 radio receivers, 1,900,000 individuals with computers and 2,500,000 individuals with Internet Access, the Clarín circulates 1 million copies in its Sunday edition, the Cronica put in circulation 330,000 copies in its morning edition and 190,000 in its evening edition, on Sundays the Cronica circulation is around 450.000.


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The three more important news agencies in Argentina are:
  • The state agency Telam, entered in a restructuring.
  • DYN run by major newspapers, is partly own by the two biggest newspapers Clarín and La Nación.
  • Noticias Argentinas (NA), belongs to the group that controls Diario Popular.
These national agencies supplies information to national and provincial media.

Major foreign news agencies with bureaus in Buenos Aires include: ANSA (Italy), EFE (Spain), France Presse (France), Reuters (UK), Associated Press (United States), United Press International (United States), Bloomerang (United States), Xinhua (China), Deutsche Press (Germany), Europa Press, Bridge News (United States), BTA (Bulgaria), Milliyet (Turkey), Pravda (Slovakia), Vatican Information Service, Inter Press Service, Novosti (Russia), Prensa Latina (Cuba), Zenit, and Duma (Bulgaria).



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