Introduction to Mexican News Media
Mexico gave the birth to the American press in 1539. However, the first national newspaper of the country — Gaceta de México – published its first issue in 1722. The early Mexican newspaper, which published news related to business and society, could not survive for more than six months.
In 1821 when Mexico claimed independence, the newspaper industry witnessed a substantial rise but most of the publications of that time highly spoke in euphemisms. In 1838, El Ensayo Literario started publishing in Puebla, El Ateneo Mexicano joined in 1840 and El Liceo Mexicano in 1844.
La Estrella Polar de los Amigos Deseosos de la Ilustración, which published for the first time in 1822 from Guadalajara, was the highest selling newspaper of that time along with La Concordia Yucateca (1829), El Federalista (1831) and La Aurora de la Libertad (1831).
Despite deep roots, Mexico is not among a few safe countries for media professionals, especially for journalists that cover crime and political corruption. The local level reporters are troubled the most and get frequent death threats, according to the Reporters Without Borders.
The non-profit NGO adds that most of these crimes against journalists usually go unpunished in Mexico.
TV Azteca and Televisa are among the most prominent news channels. The broadcasting media of Mexico is hugely populated by radio channels, with more than 1,400 regional and national radio stations. Some of these stations, which operate on the northern country border, broadcast their content in the US markets as well.
The print media is quite diverse in Mexico. Different newspapers reflect different political ideologies. The high selling national dailies promote sensationalism in the news content.
As far as the news websites are concerned, Mexico has a huge market of the internet business in comparison to the other Latin American countries. According to the Internet World Stats, as many as 85 million people had access to the internet by 2017. It counts to almost 65 percent of the total Mexican population.
Facebook is the commonly used social network among the Mexicans and thus, most of the news websites and newspapers have their presence on this social media network.
Mexican newspapers and websites’ list
Mexico has a vast network of newspapers, magazines and websites and here below we present you a list of them. With this list of prominent Mexican newspapers and other publications, we have tried to explain the origin, operations, status and relevance of these Mexican media houses.
SDP Noticias is an independent news website of Mexico. It is owned by Periódico Digital Sendero S.A. de C.V. and Grupo Televisa S.A.B.. It was in 2017 when Grupo Televisa S.A.B announced that it will be acquiring 50 per cent shares of the website.
SDP Noticias was founded in 2004 by Federico Arreola Castillo, who is also its director.
With SDP America, the company marked its presence in the U.S. There it is based in Los Angeles. On its Facebook page, SDPnoticias.com claims to be the “most-read digital newspaper in Mexico”.
For the convenience of its readers, SDP Noticias has segregated the stories on its website into different categories. It has sections such as National, International, Business, Sports, Technology, Geek, Lifestyle and Diversity among others.
SDP Noticias is available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for all the latest news and trending updates from in and around Mexico
SDP Noticias can be contacted either via email or phone number. In case of any query, feedback or suggestion, one can shoot a mail at the email addresses- email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Readers can even reach out to SDP Noticias with the help of the telephone numbers given on its website- 55-5538-5518 / 55-5530-8671.
El Universal is a Spanish-language daily newspaper based in Mexico. El Universal was founded by Félix Fulgencio Palavicini and its first issue appeared on October 1, 1916. In 1922, it became the first newspaper to present an evening edition — El Universal Graphic. In 1923, Félix Fulgencio Palavicini quit from his positions to actively join politics. Miguel Lanz Duret took over as manager and José Gómez Ugarte became the director.
El Universal also has a digital edition which was launched on April 1, 1996. For the convenience of the readers, the website has several categories such as Nation, World, Metropolis, State, Opinion, Universal sports, Culture, Science and Health among others.
El Universal is also available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and subscribe to its YouTube channel to receive latest news and updates. While 5,743,799 people followed official Facebook page of El Universal, 5,149,745 people liked it by October 2020. Meanwhile, the newspaper boasted of 5.7M followers on Twitter and 497k followers on Instagram. El Univeral’s YouTube channel had 1.35M subscribers at the same time.
One can also download the news app of El Universal. The mobile application is available for both Android and iOS users.
Milenio Diario ?
Milenio Diario is a national daily owned by Grupo Multimedios’ Milenio. Established in 1933, Grupo Multimedios is made of two groups — Multimedios and Milenio. While Jesús Dionisio González was the founder, Francisco A. González is the chairman of the board of directors, as per the information on Milenio.com.
According to its Facebook page, Milenio Diario was founded in 2000. However, its history can be traced back to November 22, 1974 when its founder stepped into the world of print media with the newspaper- El Diario de Monterrey. It was then transformed into Milenio Monterrey.
Milenio Diario has local editions for Guadalajara, Monterrey, Tampico, Torreón, Leon, Puebla and Pachuca. A biweekly magazine is also published by Milenio besides a 24-hour news channel Milenio Televisión.
Milenio Diario also has a digital edition — Milenio.com, launched around the same time. The website has several sections such as National Opinion, Politics, Business, World, Style and Culture among others. The sections have various sub-sections as well.
Milenio Diario is available on social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. One can also subscribe to its YouTube channel. In case of any query, suggestion or feedback, one can write a mail to email@example.com.
El Siglo is a Spanish-language newspaper which is published daily. Based in Panama, El Siglo was founded on January 9, 1985 by veteran journalist Jaime Padilla Véliz.
The newspaper was established with the aim to cover crime stories. It was the voice of insurgents during the dictatorship of Manuel Noriega. This led its operation to shut down in 1987.
In 2001, Everwood Investment Company acquired the newspaper. “To give value to clients, readers and advertisers, through strategic marketing, objective journalism and efficient production of publications,” El Siglo describes its vision on the website.
El Siglo also as an online edition to complement its print version. The web portal was launched on December 27, 1996. For the convenience of its readers, the stories on the website have been segregated into different sections such as Panama, International, Economy, Sports, Shows, Curiosities and Opinion among others.
El Siglo is available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Internet users can even subscribe to its YouTube channel. While the official Facebook page of El Siglo had 103,092 likes, 121,550 people followed it by October 2020. At the same time, it had 78.7K followers on Twitter and 81.8k followers on Instagram.
El Debate de Culiacán is a daily newspaper based in Mexico. It is published by El Debate S.A. de C.V. of Culiacán, Sinaloa. The website describes El Debate as an “important printed medium in the state of Sinaloa” which has circulation of “more than 68,000 copies daily”. According to its official Facebook page, El Debate was founded on March 10, 1941.
El Debate also has a digital version with sections such as Politics, Economy, Opinion, Show, Videos, Culture, Technology and Recipes among others. “Debate.com.mx is one of the most visited news sites in Mexico,” the website claims.
El Debate is available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter besides subscribing to its YouTube channel. While 5,733,671 people have liked its Facebook page, 6,744,227 people followed it by October 2020. At the same, El Debate had 174.3K followers on Twitter, 129k followers on Instagram and 256K subscribers on YouTube.
In case of any feedback, suggestion or query, one can either contact El Debate via phone number- +52 667 759 0933 or send a mail to the email address — firstname.lastname@example.org. Readers can even drop their query directly via the website. One only needs to fill a form mentioning name, email address and query.
Excelsior is a daily newspaper based in Mexico City. Its first issue appeared on March 18, 1917. Founded by journalist Rafael Alducin, it is second oldest newspaper of Mexico after El Universal. Alducin passed away in 1924 at the age of 35. Thereafter, his family took the responsibility of Excelsior. Finally in 1932, it was reconstituted as a worker-owned cooperative. Gilberto Figueroa was named general manager of the newspaper.
“We share information and authoritative opinions on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology, sports, ecology and current affairs, a wide range of information so that you can make the best decisions,” Excelsior describes itself in the About section of its YouTube channel.
Excelsior also has a digital version to complement its printed edition. For the convenience of its readers, the website has segregated its stories into sections such as National, Sports, Trending, Global, Money, Shows and Expressions among others.
Excelsior is available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. While 1,958,689 people had liked its Facebook page, 2,293,300 people had followed it by October 2020. At the same time, it had 1.9M followers on Twitter, 46.8k followers on Instagram and 1.1M subscribers of its YouTube channel — Excelsior TV.
ABC de Monterrey
Periódico ABC de Monterrey, which is now known as ABC Noticias, was established in 1985 by Gonzalo Estrada Cruz and his sons. It is a daily newspaper based in Mexico.
The newspaper was born “as an alternative of truthful and reliable information,” claims the website. The company underwent a transformation in 2018, changing its name to ABC Noticias MX. The main motto of this transformation was to focus on the digital market and growth.
ABC Noticias., the website, has segregated the stories into different sections such as Global, Business and Coronavirus among others.
ABCNoticias.mx. is also available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to receive all the latest news and updates instantly. While it had 725,161 followers on its Facebook page, 560,020 people liked it by October 2020. At the same time, it had 38.4K followers on Twitter and 53.3K followers on Instagram.
Mobile applications are also available for smartphone users. It can be downloaded on both Android and iOS.
In case of any query, suggestion and feedback, users can shoot a mail at the email address- email@example.com. One can even contact through the telephone number mentioned on the website- 01 (81) 8047-4900.
Récord is a daily sports newspaper based in Mexico. It claims to be the “main sports newspaper in Mexico” and states that “for 15 years it has generated exclusive information”. Récord is owned by Notmusa. While Jorge Bustos holds the position of editor web in Récord, Diana Pérez Estrada is the editor general. Carlos Ponce de León is the director.
Récord also has a digital edition. The website has several sections and sub-sections. For example — under the category of Football, you will find sections such as Liga MX, International Soccer and National Soccer.
Récord is available on most of the social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and subscribe to its YouTube channel. “Here you will find the most relevant content in the sports world. Interviews, reports, journalistic special colors and dynamics with fans, among many other things. Do not miss a single detail of Liga MX, international soccer, Lucha Libre, the NFL and the best sports activity in the world,” reads the description in the About section of its YouTube channel.
In case of any query, suggestion or feedback, one can drop a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact through the telephone number- 800 527 3267.
El Imparcial? ?
El Imparcial, Diario Independiente de Sonora, appeared for the first time on May 1, 1937. Though it was founded by Abraham Mendívil, it was acquired by José Santiago Healy Brennan after two years. El Imparcial owned by Grupo Healy is based in Hermosillo. Other newspapers of the group are La Cronica from Mexicali and Frontera from Tijuana.
Besides Meixco, El Imparcial has editions for Mexicali, Tijuana and Sonora. Lourdes C. Lugo is the editorial director and she can be contacted via email@example.com.
El Imparcial also has a digital edition to supplement its print version. For the convenience of the readers, stories have been segregated into different sections and sub-sections. For example, the category of News has sub-sections like Mexico, World, Money, Sports, Shows, Styles and Technology among others.
El Imparcial is available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. While 967,172 people had liked its official Facebook page, 1,226,078 people had followed it by October 2020. At the same time, it has 74k followers on Instagram and 138.6k followers on Twitter. One can also subscribe to its YouTube channel which has 70.6K subscribers. In case one wants to receive latest news on smartphone, then WhatsApp at 526621861024.
El Informador is an independent, daily newspaper published in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. The first issue of the newspaper appeared on October 5, 1917. El Informador was established by Jesús Álvarez del Castillo.
El Informador also has a digital portal to complement its print edition. For the convenience of its readers, stories have been segregated into various sections on its website. It has sections such as Mexico, Culture, International, Entertainment, Sports, Economy and Ideas among others. On its website, users can easily navigate through the archive of El Informador to find the digital version of the print edition. One can get digital files of El Informador since the day it was first published.
El Informador is also available on social media platforms. One can find and follow it on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to receive all the latest news and alerts from in and around Mexico. While El Informador had 1,031,790 likes on its official Facebook page, 1,063,327 people had already followed it by October 2020. At the same time, it had 627.9K followers on Twitter and 103k on Instagram.
In case of any query, feedback or complaint, one can directly contact El Informador via phone number given on its Facebook page- +52 33 3678 7700.
El Financiero is a Spanish language daily newspaper. The first issue of El Financiero appeared on October 1981. It mainly covers finance, economy and business news from Mexico. In 2012, El Informador was acquired by Manuel Arroyo Rodriguez led Grupo Multimedia Lauman, SAPI de CV.
The newspaper was bought from the Cárdenas Estandia family. El Financiero desrcibes its mission as “to always be present at the most relevant events, with the best coverage and the best team of journalists and professionals”.
In 2013, El Financiero collaborated with Bloomberg to launch a Spanich multiplatforms service with specialisation in business news. In 2014, it relaunched its news portal.
El Financiero also has a digital edition with various sections such as Economy, Markerts, Opinion, National, State, Tech, Science, Health, Style, Culture and World among others. One can also download mobile app of El Financiero to receive breaking news instantly. It is available for both Android and iOS users.
El Financiero is also available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. By October 2020, its official Facebook page had 1,997,591 likes and 2,251,361 follows. On the other hand, it boasted of 1.4M followers on Twitter and 170k on Instagram.
Vanguardia is a Spanish newspaper based in Mexico. Its first issue appeared in 1975 in Saltillo, Coahuila. According to Wikipedia, Armando Castilla Sánchez led a group of 50 workers to produce first pages of Vanguardia.
“We are a medium that works to make it easier for our readers to obtain information by offering news, truthful and objective and a compendium in real time of the most relevant news that circulates on the Web,” the newspaper states on its official Facebook page.
Vanguardia also has a news website to complement its print edition. For the convenience of its readers, the digital portal has segregated stories into various sections such as News, Coahuila, Opinion, Money, Sports, Tech, Lifetime, Motor and COVID-19 among others.
Vanguardia is available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Those interested can also subscribe to its YouTube channel. Vanguardia mobile application is also available for smartphone users. One can download the app on iOS or Android phone and receive breaking news and alerts instantly.
In case of any feedback, query or suggestion, one can contact the customer service team via email or phone number. The email address given on the website is firstname.lastname@example.org and telephone number is (844) 4501080.
Aristegui Noticias is a popular Spanish national news website of Mexico. According to information on its Facebook page, it was founded in 2012. Mexico, Special Investigations, Economy, World and Sports are some of the categories on the website.
Mexican journalist María del Carmen Aristegui Flores is the founder of Aristegui Noticias. She is one of the widely recognised journalist in Mexico. Carmen Aristegui was fired from MVS Radio 102.5 FM after her report on then Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s conflict of interests.
“Aristegui Noticias is a team of intrepid reporters whose investigations have exposed corruption and malfeasance by the powerful in Mexico,” writes International Center for Journalists on its website.
Aristegui Noticias is also available on social media platforms. One can find and follow it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. By October 2020, it had 7,624,136 likes on its Facebook page and 7,534,374 people followed it. At the same time, it had 8.7M followers on Twitter and 394k on Instagram. Aristegui Noticias’ Twitter and Instagram bios mention that the account is managed by both Carmen Aristegui and the team of Aristegui Noticias.
If a reader has a suggestion, feedback or query, he or she can shoot an email to email@example.com.
La Verdad Yucatán
La Verdad is a Spanish-language newspaper based in Mexico. According to its Facebook page, its first issue appeared on November 15, 2004. La Verdad Yucatan is a local edition of the newspaper.
“We are a means of information and social networks. Follow us, share and comment. News from Quintana Roo, Yucatán and Rivera Maya,” reads the description in the About Us section of La Verdad Yucatan’s Facebook page.
La Verdad Noticias has a digital edition as well. Mexico, Politics, World, Shows, Yucatan, Style And Life are some of the sections on the website.
La Verdad is available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for all the latest news and updates from Mexico and the world. By October 2020, its Facebook page had 1,341,851 likes and 1,468,349 follows. At the same time, La Verdad had 5,517 followers on Twitter and 15.7k on Instagram.
In case of any feedback, query or suggestion, one can directly contact La Verdad at +52 999 124 2460 or send a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is also an option to send a query via the website. One just needs to fill the form giving details such as name, email address, phone number and message.
El Economista is an economics and business newspaper, owned by Nacer Global. The first issue of this Monday to Friday newspaper appeared on December 5, 1989. The paper of El Economista has a distinctive tone of pink-orange.
El Economista also issues several monthly and weekly supplements. “Specialists in finance, business, securities and money,” El Economista describes itself on its Facebook page.
El Economista has a digital version as well. The website has sections such as Business, Market, Economy, Financial Sector, State, Politics, International, Personal Finance, Management, Technology, Art And Ideas, Sports and Opinion among others.
At present, while Jorge Nacer Gobera is the president, Francisco Ayza is the managing director. Luis Miguel Gonzalez is the editorial managing director of El Economista and Jose Soto Galindo is the editor of its website.
El Economista is also available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Twitter and subscribe to its YouTube channel. El Economista TV had 126K subscribers by October 2020.
“In our channel you will find reports of general interest and expert opinions that will explain, in a simple way, the world of economics and finance, and how they affect your pocket,” reads the About section. El Economista also has a mobile app for both Android and iOS users.
Sin Embargo is a Spanish-language news website based in Mexico. It mainly serves investigative reports to its readers.
According to Media Ownership Monitor Mexico, SinEmbargo.mx is owned by SinEmbargo S de RL de C.V.. Besides founders Miguel Valladares and Pablo Valladares, Jorge Zepeda Patterson and Alejandro Páez Varela are directors of the news website.
“SinEmbargo S de RL de CV is the company that represents the digital media SinEmbargo.mx which is specialized in national politics, investigative journalism and real-time news,” writes Media Ownership Monitor Mexico.
“Its editorial policy tends to be critical towards the federal government and its columnists are identified as belonging to the political opposition,” it further states.
Citing an incident on its website, SinEmbargo.mx writes that when it broke the news story of disappearance of 43 students in Mexico, it was threatened and attacked.
While Alejandro Páez Varela is the managing director, Guadalupe Fuentes is its editorial coordinator.
SinEmbargo.mx is also available on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. One can follow it on social media platforms to receive latest news and updates. By October 2020, its Facebook page had 1,681,048 likes and 1,678,128 follow. At the same time, it boasted of 1.5M followers on Twitter and 112k followers on Instagram
Reforma is a Spanish-language daily newspaper owned by Grupo Reforma. “With the most extensive network of professional journalists covering Mexico, Grupo REFORMA is the information institution with the most credibility and prestige in the country,” the newsgroup describes itself on the website.
Reforma was established in 1993 in Mexico City and within one year of its launch, the national newspaper had to face boycott by Union of Voceadores of the Federal District. Its sister publications are El Norte and Mural.
Reforma also carries some of the stories from the American dailies like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
Reforma has a digital edition to complement its print version. The website, which was launched in 2000, has sections such as Opinion, Styles, Social, Surveys, Court, Business, Justice, People, Culture, Science, International and National among others.
Reforma is also available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. By October 2020, its Facebook page had 1,125,212 follows and 1,046,700 likes. At the same time, Reforma boasted of 3.1M followers on Twitter and 298K on Instagram. Users can also download Reforma’s news app on their smartphone to receive breaking news and alerts instantly.
El Norte, launched on September 15, 1938, is a Spanish language daily newspaper. According to Media Ownership Monitor Mexico, it was founded by Rodolfo Junco de la Vega Voigt and Luis Garza Sada. El Norte is printed and distributed in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico.
“Its first edition was eight pages long with a circulation of 15,000 copies,” writes Grupo Reforma on its website.
El Norte is owned by Consorcio Interamericano de Comunicación S.A. de C.V. (CICSA), a part of Grupo Reforma. Junco de la Vega family ownes the media group.
El Norte also has a digital edition, which was launched in 2000. The website has sections such as Local, Security, National, State, Business, International and Science among others. El Norte also has mobile application for smartphone. It is available for both Android and iOS users.
El Norte is available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. By October 2020, its Facebook page had 967,349 likes and 1,032,951 follows. At the same time, its Instagram account had 135k followers and Twitter had 1M followers. In case of any suggestion, feedback or query, one can contact El Norte via phone number given on its Facebook page. The contact number of the publication is +52 81 8150 8100.
Publimetro is an international newspaper. It is published and distributed in countries such as Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Mexico among others.
The newspaper is owned by Metro International, which is a Luxembourg-based Swedish company. “Publimetro is the largest newspaper in the world and the one with the highest growth. It is distributed free of charge from Monday to Friday in 21 countries and 92 cities with the best local and international information,” reads the description on its Facebook page.
It was in February 1995 that the first edition of Publimetro appeared in Stockholm, writes Wikipedia. According to its Facebook page, Publimetro was launched on May 18, 2006 in Mexico City.
By 2018, Publimetro expanded its local editions to seven cities, namely — CDMX, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Mérida, León, Puebla and Morelia. At present, in 2020, while Octavio Rivas is the CEO, Jose Lebena is the director editorial. Meanwhile Wilfrido Meza is the editor general and Alexandro Hernandex is the editor of the website.
Publimetro also has a digital edition with sections such as News, Publisport, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Technology and Opinion among others. One can follow it on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and subscribe to its YouTube channel.
Zócalo was established in 1965 in Piedras Negras. The newspaper has local editions in Piedras Negras, Ciudad Acuña and Monclova besides a special section for Carboniferous region. “The Zócalo newspapers maintain a strictly positive approach so that it will build a new alternative in the news market for the people of Saltillo,” it describes its mission on the Facebook page. Zócalo also has a news website.
Francisco Juaristi Santos is not only the founder of the newspaper but also the president and CEO. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
Zócalo is also available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter.
La Silla Rota?
La Silla Rota is a Spanish-language website owned by Grupo La Silla Rota. The multimedia communication company was launched in 1998 “as an independent communication initiative aimed at serving specific market segments or niches, both among the public and in the commercial field”.
Besides the main website, lasillarota.com, the group also owns its regional versions in Guanajuato, Veracruz and Hidalgo.
The website has sections such as Nation, Metropolis, State, Money, World and opinion among others. La Silla Rota is available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For video content, internet users can subscribe to its official YouTube channel.
Plano Informativo is a Spanish-language newspaper based in Mexico. As per information on Facebook, it was established in June 2001. “News from San Luis Potosí, Mexico and the World,” it mentions on its Facebook page.
“Satisfy the needs for objective, immediate and truthful information in San Luis Potosí,” Plano Informativo states as its mission.
Plano Informativo also has a news portal. The website has sections such as Business, Health, Science and Technology, Cars and Motorcycles, Fashion and beauty, Culture and entertainment, Travel and Gastronomy, Lifestyle and many more.
Plano Informativo is available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
Notimex founded on August 20, 1968, is a Mexican news agency. It was established to manage the coverage of Summer Olympics held in 1968. Headquartered in Mexico City, Notimex has eight regional coordinating offices across Mexico. Originally, it was known as Agencia Mexicana de Noticias Notimex.
In June 2006, it was renamed Agencia de Noticias del Estado Mexicano.
Notimex also has a website with sections such as Mexico, State, Sports, Shows, Culture, Health and Climate Change among others.
Notimex can be followed on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. One can even subscribe to its official YouTube channel, which had 332K subscribers by October 2020.
AM is a Spanish-language newspaper of Mexico. Besides National edition, it has editions for Guanajuato and Hidalgo as well. AM also has a news website to complement its printed edition. While Enrique Gómez Orozco is the managing director, Arcelia Becerra is the editorial director at present, in October 2020.
It is available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. One can also subscribe to its YouTube channel. AM has news application for smartphone users. It is available for both Android and iOS devices. One can contact AM via telephone number given on its Facebook page — +52 1 477 788 2100.
El Gráfico is a Spanish language newspaper of Mexico. The newspaper first appeared on February 1, 1922. Félix Fulgencio Palavicini, who was the founder and director of the publishing house, thought of spreading information among workers mostly through images alongside few words. Hence, El Gráfico was born.
On November 5, 2007 under the editorial guidance of María Félix Escalante, the newspaper was renamed from El Universal Grafico to El Grafico.
El Gráfico also has a news website with sections like Shows, Viral, Sports, State and many more. El Gráfico is available on Twitter and Facebook. One can also subscribe to its official YouTube channel- Trendedero.
El Independiente de Hidalgo
El Hidalgo is a Spanish language newspaper of Mexico. It is owned by La Voz del Aire SA de CV. The newspaper also has an online news portal to complement its printed edition.
For the convenience of its readers, the stories on the website have been segregated into different sections such as Economy, Politics, Sports, Ecology, Education, Justice, Health, Society, Country and World among others.
“Edit, produce and publish information of a political, economic, social, cultural and sports nature, in a timely, truthful, objective and impartial manner,” El Hidalgo states as its mission on the website.
Tribuna del Yaqui
Tribuna del Yaqui is a Mexican newspaper printed in Spanish-language. It also has a news website. Both were established in the year 1965. The website has sections such as World, Security, Economy and Sports among others. Tribuna del Yaqui is based in Ciudad Obregón, Sonora.
Tribuna del Yaqui can be followed on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. One can even drop a WhatsApp message at (+521 644) 161-0856 to receive the latest news and alerts on smartphone. By October 2020, Tribuna had 308,171 likes and 392,194 followers on its Facebook page.
At present, while Doris Arenas is the editorial director, Teresa Rodríguez is the digital editor.
Diario de Yucatán
Diario de Yucatán is one of the prominent regional daily newspapers in Mexico. Published in Spanish language, it is based in Mérida, Yucatán. According to Wikipedia, founded by Carlos R. Menéndez, the first issue of the newspaper appeared on May 31, 1925. The daily covers three states of Mexico — Yucatán, Campeche and Quintana Roo.
Diario de Yucatán also has an online news portal to complement its printed edition. The website has several categories such as Yucatan, Mexico, International and Sports among others. Diario de Yucatán is also available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and even subscribe to its YouTube channel.
Quadratín was launched on January 14, 2002 in Morelia, Michoacán. On its website, Quadratín describes itself as “Mexican Information and Analysis Agency”.
Its main work is to supply “news, opinion and graphic materials to the state and country media”.
The online portal of Quadratín has categories such as City, Regions, Politics, Government, Justice, Opinion, Culture, Sports, State and Entertainment among others. It is also available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
In case of query, suggestion or feedback, users can contact Quadratín via email. The email addresses mentioned on their website are firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Animal Politico is a digital publication of Mexico, which specialises in “data journalism”. Launched in 2010, the subjects which come under its investigative radar are corruption, migration, gender violence, drug trafficking, accountability, human rights and crime against freedom of expression.
Animal Politico was founded by Mexican journalist Daniel Moreno Chavez, who is also its director. While Gloria Garcia is the CEO, Tania L. Montalvo is its general editor.
“We believe in transparency, in access to information, in accountability and in the fight against corruption,” Animal Politico states as its mission. Animal Politico is available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.
Novedades Quintana Roo
Novedades Quintana Roo is a Spanish-language newspaper based in Mexico. Novedades Quintana Roo’s first issue appeared on November 22, 1974 with just four pages. It was available for only 30 cents.
Founded by Don Andrés García Lavín, its history goes back to 1962 when he formed Grupo SIPSE, with four radio stations, three newspapers and two television stations.
Novedades Quintana Roo is also available as a news portal. The stories on the website are segregated into sections such as Sports, Entertainment, Social, Opinion and many more. One can also follow Novedades Quintana Roo on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
El Diario de Juárez
El Diario de Juárez, founded on February 17, 1976, is an independent Mexican newspaper. It was created by Osvaldo Rodríguez Borunda, who has been its CEO since then. El Diario de Juárez claims to have the largest circulation in the state of Chihuahua and “the fourth most important in Mexico”.
While Osvaldo Rodríguez Borunda is the president and CEO, Manuel Aguirre Ochoa is responsible for its editorial direction.
The website of El Diario is “the most visited site in the state of Chihuahua”. The news portal has sections such as National, State, United States, Health, Economy, Sports, Shows and Opinion among others.
La Crónica de Hoy
La Crónica de Hoy is a Spanish language newspaper that is published and circulated widely in Mexico. Prominent Mexican writer Pablo Hiriart founded La Crónica de Hoy in 1996. Renowned Mexican journalist Guillermo Ortega Ruiz has been the guiding force of the newspaper since 2007.
As of 2020, Jorge Kahwagi Gastine was the President and General Director of La Crónica de Hoy, while Jorge Kahwagi Macari acted as Vice President along with Rafael García Garza as Deputy Director and General Manager.
The newspaper has a website as well that publishes news in sections like National, Metropolis, Culture, Academia, Business, World, Stage, Sports, Wellness, Opinion, and Chronicle Awards.
One can follow La Crónica de Hoy on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for latest news and updates.
24 Horas is a Mexican newspaper that has a website too to cater to the digital and broader audience. A national television programme by the same name broadcast in Mexico from 1970 to 1998. Famous late Mexican journalist Jacobo Zabludovsky used to present the show on the national television.
Now with a newspaper and website, 24 Horas aims to report and publish news related to State, Business, World and Life among other sections.
On its official Facebook page, 24 Horas claims to be the “first printed newspaper without cost, with its own and first-hand information” authenticity of which can be checked on the internet.
35. E Consulta
E Consulta is a Mexican news website that is owned by Contracorriente. Start, Politics, Security, Point of view and shows are among the primary news sections of the website.
Rodolfo Ruiz Rodríguez is the Director General of E Consulta and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Eduardo González Soto acts as the Director Editorial of the news portal.
One can find E Consulta on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. On Facebook, the Puebla-based website describes itself as a “Digital News Newspaper, with more than 15 years of experience”. One can write an email to email@example.com for complaints and suggestions.
Reporte Indigo is a Mexican newspaper that is highly known for investigative journalism. Politics, Economic, Culture and Gadgets are among the prime topics covered by the newspaper. It has a website too with news sections like Report, Opinion, Latitude, Indigonomics, Think, Fan, Indigo Videos and Break Down.
The newspaper is circulated in Mexican cities like Guadalajara, Federal District and Monterrey from Monday to Friday.
“Reporte Indigo dares to outline the future: it is the only newspaper that is not only read, it is lived,” the newspaper describes itself on Facebook. The internet users can download the Reporte Indigo app for iPad, iPhone and Android and access the printed newspaper easily.
El Horizonte is a Mexican newspaper that is published by the El Horizonte Periódico de Monterrey from Av. Félix U. Gómez, Obrera, 64010 Monterrey, N.L., Mexico.
The website of the newspaper publishes news related to Local, Health, National, International, Finance, Sports, Scene and Opinion. The printed version of El Horizonte is also available on the website.
On its official Facebook page, El Horizonte boast of a “team of reporters” that collects the relevant most news about the daily events throughout the metropolitan area, Mexico and the world. Apart from Facebook, El Horizonte has its social presence on platforms like Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.
Multimedios is a network of the Spanish language TV stations that has its prime focus on the northeastern Mexico along with the southwestern United States. The Grupo Multimedios owns the television network along with a website that features all the programmes and videos produced by Multimedios. It also has a section for radio shows produced by the same company.
Multimedios is available on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the dissemination of the news.
The local stations of Multimedios operate from many Mexican states like Tamaulipas, Durango, Coahuila, Guanajuato and Chihuahua. In the US, the network covers states like California, Texas, Nevada and Florida.
La Razón is a Spanish language Mexican newspaper that has its base at Cadereyta in Nuevo León. The newspaper rolled out its first issue on July 29, 1979 under the guidance of founders Francisco Tijerina González and Francisco Cerda Muñoz.
The Tabloid newspaper publishes 5000 copies on a daily basis and generates revenue with the help of the advertisements.
La Razón has a website and social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the dissemination of the news. Mexico, State, Business, World, Sports, Entertainment, Culture, Health, Technologies and Auto are among the news sections of the website.
Noroeste is a Mexican newspaper that has Director General Ing. Adrián López Ortiz at the helm. Guillermina García Nevares is the Directora Editorial, Mazatlán Elizabeth Peraza acts as Executive Director, Culiacán Blanca Estela Inzunza is the Advertising Manager and Elva Aguirre acts as the Corporate Deputy Director of Administration.
The Editor of Noroeste is Hector Castro, while the website of the newspaper is managed by Digital Commercial Coordinator Rodolfo Camacho Rojas.
Opinion, Sports, Research and Entertainment are the prominent most sections of news covered by Noroeste. One can write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org in case of complaints and suggestions.
La Opcion? is a news website based in the Chihuahua city of Mexico. It claims to be “the leading digital medium in the state” for fast and accurate news related to the most relevant issues of Chihuahua.
In a media kit released on its website, La Opción de Chihuahua says it had generated 6,063,962 monthly pageviews as of October 2020. Monthly visits on the website is 2,409,378, out of which 788,640 were reported to be unique visitors.
The website has its presence on various social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. One can write an email to email@example.com for complaints and suggestions.
Pulso Online is the official website of the national Mexican daily Pulso Diario de San Luis, with news sections like SLP, Security, National, World, Meta, Camerino, Status and Science & Technology.
It is available on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. On its official Facebook page, Pulso Diario de San Luis claims to be the source of the “most relevant news from SLP”. The editorial base of the media organisation is at Galeana 485, Centro Histórico San Luis Potosí.
One can access the print edition of Pulso Diario de San Luis on its website and write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org in case of complaints and suggestions.
Periódico Correo is a Mexican news website that reports news and and analysis from 46 latitudes of Guanajuato. The news portal has its presence on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube for the dissemination of news.
Human History Record
On its official Facebook page, Periódico Correo claims to be “a means of communication that reflects the social events that occur in Guanajuato”. Apart from Mexico, the website publishes major world news as well. Calling its daily edition a record of “human history”, Periódico Correo boasts of the fact that it covers political, social, economic and cultural aspects of the news.
El Siglo de Durango is a Spanish language newspaper that is published in the State of Durango, Mexico. Antonio de Juambelz and Bracho started publishing the newspaper independently in 1987. A section of the newspaper called El Siglo de Torreón started publishing on July 8, 1993.
Mexican company MPM, which collects information about advertisers and media houses, claimed in 2019 that El Siglo de Durango has an average circulation of 15,151 copies.
The newspaper has a website as well, which publishes news in sections like Covid-19, Justice, Regional, National, International, Editorial and Sport. One can write an email to email@example.com for complaints and suggestions.
El Diario de Coahuila
El Diario de Coahuila, which translates to The Coahuila Journal, is a Mexican news website that aims to work for a “better world” on its official Facebook page.
“EL DIARIO de Coahuila is a company with social responsibility,” the website adds further. Besides publishing local, national and international news, the news website has sections like Social, Action, Active, Technology and Close Up.
La Jornada is a Spanish language Maxican daily newspaper, which was established by Carlos Payán Velver in 1984. The national newspapers has separate editions for eight Mexican states along with local editions in cities like Aguascalientes, Jalisco, Guerrero, Michoacán, San Luis Potosí, Morelos, Veracruz and Puebla.
In 2006, the readership of the La Jornada newspaper was 287,000, while the website had recorded 180,000 daily page views.
Empresas – Expansion
Empresas or Expansion is a Mexican magazine, which has a website too, for the coverage of the news related to the current affairs, business, economy, markets, money, technology and entrepreneurs.
In October 2020, the website of Expansion had claimed that it has a total audience of over 1,200,000 readers.
?Mi Morelia is a Mexican news website owned and managed by popular newspaper chain Publimetro. The Morelia-based website publishes content in sections like Entertainment, World, Science & Technology, Culture, Sports, Economy, Justice, Migrant and COVID-19.
One can write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for complaints, suggestions or compliments on the news published by Mi Morelia.
Anton is a news website that works publishes news related to entertainment, sports and music from its base in Querétaro, Mexico. The Mexican news website supports the real-time information with info graphics and publishes exclusive content.
Daniel Garcia is the Director of the news portal and can be reached through email address, email@example.com.
El Diario de Chihuahua
El Diario de Chihuahua is a Spanish language newspaper that publishes in the Chihuahua city of Mexico. The newspaper rolled out its first issue in 1985 after it expanded from an existing daily, El Diario de Juárez. The main competitor of El Diario de Chihuahua is El Heraldo de Chihuahua.
Mexico has become a risky country for the journalists over the years. Crime and political violence has always been high in the region and the criminals are much more organised and sociopolitical than the state officials in some states. The journalists practicing in Mexico get frequent death threats.
Mexican journalists also face a challenging environment for the access to the information in case they voice diversity. Not many of the media organisations dare to comment on the quality of country’s democracy. In 2018, the United Nations released a statement in partnership with the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights the state of Mexican media is quite complex.
Some of media organisations act as a watchdog and does investigative journalism. However, courageous reporting is mostly restricted to the independent as well as alternative media. Killings of the journalists and anti-press violence in broad daylight is currently on the rise in the country.
Political Polarisation in Mexico rose after the 2018 presidential elections. The professional journalism failed to regain the trust of the citizens following the incident. Currently, La prensa, El Financiero, Excelsior, El Sol de Mexico, El Heraldo de Mexico and Esto are among the most prominent newspapers in Mexico.
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