In search of an online newspaper
I was thinking of making it a new daily routine to read a Spanish newspaper (available for free online). I'm quite unfamiliar with the world of Spanish newspapers however, and therefore I'm now here, asking around to see if I could get some tips on where to find what I'm looking for. The ideal would be a paper with a fairly international perspective. Something like a Spanish-speaking version of The Guardian would be perfect.
(with "Spanish newspapers" I'm referring more to the language in which it is written rather than the nationality. A high quality Latinamerican newspaper could work just as well as a publication from Spain.)
I would be grateful for any suggestions, thanks.
Follow this and enter your criteria - you`ll find lots of different options in spanish:
Diagonal.es (left wing)
These three are basically the same (neoliberalist) abc.es elpais.es lavanguardia.es
Newspaper in Spain are having a tough time.Less and less people everyday want to buy them. The lack of impartiality and submission to big companies, the angle of the information (not to inform but to make bussiness),...
So many links I'm gonna have to check out! :p I don't know if you use My Yahoo, but they have quite a bit of news sites in Spanish you can add to your page. There's also Univision.com, Eltiempo.com, and Semana.com. Hope you enjoy.
I got a Spanish one for you:
Check out list of links to online Spanish newspapers on the reference page of this website. They are listed by country and there are no descriptions, but you should be able to find somethng there.
Algo muy divertido es ver todos los periódicos como se ven en papel -- se puede encontrarlos en PDF aquí. Cada día se ponen de nuevo, y tienen 88 periódicos de la Latinoamérica entera. (Aunque los de Brazil son en portugues naturalmente)
Something that´s fun to do is see all of the newspapers as they appear in print -- you can find them in PDF here. They have 88 papers from all over Latin America (although those from Brazil are in Portugeses, of course), and they post new versions every day.
Another option is to read the news at AOL in Spanish:
Has been recommended on this site before, although I havent looked through it much to see what its all about. You could give it a try and see for yourself...
Here is one I find interesting and well formattted.