Category:Daily newspapers published in Spain
Pages in category "Daily newspapers published in Spain"
The following 57 pages are in this category, out of 57 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
The following 57 pages are in this category, out of 57 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
1. La Vanguardia – La Vanguardia is also the name of the newspaper of the Socialist Party of Argentina. La Vanguardia is a Spanish daily newspaper, printed in Spanish and it has its headquarters in Barcelona and is Catalonias leading newspaper. La Vanguardias newspaper history began in Barcelona on 1 February 1881 when two businessmen from Igualada, Carlos and Bartolomé Godó, first published the paper. It was defined as a Diario político de avisos y notícias and it is one of the oldest papers in Spain, and is the only Catalan newspaper that has survived all the Spanish regime changes, from the restoration of Alfonso XII to the 21st century. La Vanguardia is part of the Grupo Godó, Carlos Godó Valls took over the business in 1931. His death was one year after the death of his wife, Montserrat Muntañola Trinxet, from 1939 to 1978 its title included the word Española in order to better accommodate the new state ideology. The paper was one of two dailies in Spain during the Franco regime together with ABC. In the late 1970s and 1980s La Vanguardia had close connections with Convergence, in 1987 La Vanguardia received the second largest amount of state aid. La Vanguardia was published in berliner format until 2 October 2007 when it began to use tabloid format, the daily was awarded the Worlds Best Designed Newspaper for 1994 by the Society for News Design. The circulation of La Vanguardia was 221,451 copies in February 1970 and 218,390 copies in February 1975, five years later the circulation of the paper was 188,555 copies in February 1980. In 1993 La Vanguardia had a circulation of 208,029 copies, in 1994 it was the fourth best selling newspaper in the country with a circulation of 207,112 copies. La Vanguardia had a circulation of 205,000 copies in 2001 and its circulation was 203,000 copies in 2003. Between June 2006 and July 2007 the daily had a circulation of 209,735 copies, the 2008 circulation of the paper was 213,413 copies. It was 196,824 copies in 2011, the newspaper prints daily in two parallel editions, one in Spanish and, since 3 May 2011, another one in Catalan. The Spanish name La Vanguardia is used for both editions, before the birth of the Catalan edition, letters to the editor submitted in Catalan were always left untranslated. Julià Guillamon Quim Monzó Fernando Krahn Sergi Pàmies Pilar Rahola Xavier Sala-i-Martin Gaziel Merrill, John C. the worlds great dailies, profiles of fifty newspapers pp 334–37 La Vanguardia newspaper website
2. ABC (newspaper) – ABC is a Spanish national daily newspaper. It is the third largest general-interest newspaper in Spain, and the oldest newspaper still operating in Madrid, ABC is often referred to as a newspaper of record of Spain, along with El País and El Mundo. ABC was first published in Madrid on 1 January 1903 by Torcuato Luca de Tena y Álvarez-Ossorio, the founding publishing house was Prensa Española, which was led by the founder of the paper, Luca de Tena. The paper started as a newspaper, turning daily in June 1905. In 1928 ABC had two editions, one for Madrid and the other for Sevilla, the latter was named ABC de Sevilla. On 20 July 1936, shortly after the Spanish Civil War began, ABC in Madrid was seized by the republican government, the same year Blanco y Negro, a magazine, became its supplement. A separate ABC printed in Seville supported the Nationalists, in 1939 ABC in Madrid was given back to its original owners, by Francisco Franco. During this period the paper was one of two dailies in the country together with La Vanguardia. In the 1990s the publisher of ABC was Editorial Espanola, the paper later moved from its historic landmark offices in Madrid by Paseo de la Castellana, which are now a shopping mall. The paper is part of Grupo Vocento, which also owns El Correo Español, El Diario Vasco, La Verdad and Las Provincias, in the late 1970s and 1980s ABC had close connections with first Popular Alliance and later Popular Party. ABC publishes in compact-sized stapled sheets, noticeably smaller than the loose tabloid format favoured by most Spanish dailies, including El País and its cover distinctively features a full-size picture. ABC is known for supporting conservative political views and defending the Spanish monarchy. The paper has also a right-wing stance and its director since 1983, Luis María Ansón, left the paper in 1997 to found another daily, La Razón, which initially catered to even more conservative readers. Historically, it was noted in its use of photography. Recently, it has been recognized for its coverage of Spanish culture, in February 1970 ABC had a circulation of 212,536 copies. It was 178,979 copies in February 1975,171,382 copies in 1976,145,162 copies in 1977 and 126,952 copies in 1978, the circulation of the paper was 135,380 copies in February 1980. The 1993 circulation of ABC was 334,317 copies, making it the second best selling newspaper in Spain, in 1994 it was again the second best selling newspaper in the country with a circulation of 321,571 copies. In the period of 1995–1996 the paper had a circulation of 321,573 copies, the circulation of ABC was 292,000 copies in 2001 and 262,874 copies in 2002
3. Marca (newspaper) – MARCA is a Spanish national daily sport newspaper owned by Unidad Editorial. The newspaper focuses primarily on football, in particular the activities of Real Madrid, Atlético Madrid. It has a readership of over 2,500,000, the highest in Spain for a daily newspaper. Since February 2001 there has also been an associated 24-hour/day sports radio station, in 2010 the TV channel MARCA TV was launched, before being closed in 2013. MARCA was founded on 21 December 1938, at the height of the Spanish Civil War and its first editor was Manuel Fernández Cuesta. On 3 September 1987 Luis Infante became the editor of the paper, punto Editorial SA was the owner of Marca. In 1984 Espacio Editorial, which would be later called Recoletos, the company merged with Unedisa in 2007 to found Unidad Editorial which is the owner of Marca. The publisher of the paper is also Unidad Editorial and the newspapers are El Mundo. MARCA is published in tabloid format, on 25 November 1942 it ceased being published as a weekly publication and has been published as a daily ever since. The daily was awarded the World’s Best Designed Newspaper™ for 2004 by the Society for News Design, on 21 December 2007 MARCA hosted a gala event, featuring the leading Spanish sportsmen of the 20th century, to celebrate the newspapers 70th anniversary. The paper had been involved in a dispute with Sir Alex Ferguson since the summer of 2008 when he accused MARCA of being Real Madrids. In October 2012, MARCA announced launching the Spanish edition of the games media outlet IGN. MARCA also planned to launch another Spanish edition of IGN for Spanish-speakers in Latin America, in 2001 MARCA had a circulation of 403,000 copies. Its circulation was 382,000 copies in 2003, making it the second best selling newspaper in the country. The following awards are awarded by MARCA at the end of each season, zarra - To the top goalscorer among Spanish nationals in La Liga as well as to the top goalscorer among Spanish nationals in Segunda División. Zamora - To the best goalkeeper in La Liga as well as to the best goalkeeper in Segunda División, miguel Muñoz - To the best head coach in La Liga as well as to the best head coach in Segunda División. Guruceta - To the best referee in La Liga as well as to the best referee in Segunda División, di Stefano - To the best player in La Liga Deportiva. com Facebook Football Awards Carlos Toro. Official website Official English website Radio MARCA website MARCA TV
4. El Mundo (Spain) – El Mundo is the second largest printed daily newspaper in Spain. The paper is considered one of the newspapers of record along with El País. El Mundo was first published on 23 October 1989, perhaps the best known of its founders was Pedro J. Ramírez, who served as editor until 2014. Ramirez had risen to prominence as a journalist during the Spanish transition to democracy, the other founders, Alfonso de Salas, Balbino Fraga and Juan González, shared with Ramírez a background in Grupo 16, the publishers of the newspaper Diario 16. Alfonso de Salas, Juan Gonzales and Gregorio Pena also launched El Economista in 2006, El Mundo, along with Marca and Expansión, is controlled by the Italian publishing company RCS MediaGroup through its Spanish subsidiary company Unidad Editorial S. L. Its former owner was Unedisa which merged with Grupo Recoletos in 2007 to form Unidad Editorial, the paper has its headquarters in Madrid, but maintains several news bureaus in other cities. The daily has an edition and ten different regional editions, including those for Andalusia, Valencia, Castile and León. It is published in tabloid format, in 2005 El Mundo started a supplement for women, Yo Donna, which was modelled on IO Donna, a supplement of the Italian daily Corriere della Sera. In January 2014 Pedro J. Ramírez, editor of the paper, was fired from his post and he argued that reporting on corruption scandals involving Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy led to his sacking. Casimiro García-Abadillo served as editor until April 2015, when he was replaced in turn by David Jiménez, editorially, El Mundo often expresses the mainstream views of the centre-right with independent and liberal overtones. Other Spanish media, such as El País, ABC and the Cadena SER radio network, accused El Mundo, the bombings and the results of the subsequent judicial inquiry are still debated in Spain today. The circulation of El Mundo rose in the 1990s and it was 209,992 copies in 1993268,748 copies in 1994 In 2001 El Mundo had a circulation of 291,000 copies and it was 312,366 copies next year. The paper had a circulation of 300,000 copies in 2003, based on the findings of the European Business Readership Survey El Mundo had 11,591 readers per issue in 2006. Its circulation between June 2006 and July 2007 was 337,172 copies, the 2007 circulation of the paper was 337,000 copies. It was 338,286 copies in 2008 and had 200,000 readers for the edition in 2009. The circulation of the paper was 266,294 copies in 2011, El Mundo is currently the second digital newspaper in Spanish. It was previously in the lead after El País introduced a payment system for access to the contents of its electronic version and it had 24 million unique web visitors per month in 2009. Many online readers are in Latin America, and the website has an edition for the Americas, however, digital expansion has done little to offset the decline in revenues from Spanish advertisers since 2008
5. Arriba (newspaper) – Arriba was a Spanish daily newspaper published in Madrid between 1935 and 1979. It was the organ of Falange and also, of the regime during the Franco rule in the country. Arriba was first published in Madrid 21 March 1935 by José Antonio Primo de Rivera, the paper soon became the official weekly newspaper of the Spanish Falange. On 5 March 1936 it was suspended by the government of the Second Spanish Republic, the suspension continued through the Spanish Civil War. After nearly three years of fighting, Madrid was captured by Nationalist troops under Francisco Franco, the Falangists seized the facilities of the newspaper El Sol and, beginning 29 March 1939, published a revived Arriba as the daily newspaper of the Movimiento Nacional. It soon became the newspaper of the Spanish State under Franco. During the Spanish transition to democracy after Francos death, on 15 June 1979 and its final issue was published the following day. Franco believed in the international Judeo-Masonic-Communist conspiracy theory and he believed that Jews, Freemasons and Communists were conspiring to destroy Christianity in general and Spain in particular. Francos Antisemitism was not racialised, as was that of the Nazis, arribas Antisemitism, in line with Francos own, was virulent, and was followed in some cases by incidents of anti-Jewish violence. Sepu, Spains first department store, was founded in Barcelona on 9 January 1934 by Swiss citizens of Jewish origin, Henry Reisembach and Edouard Wormsde, in the 1930s they were the subject of a vigorous campaign on the part of the Falange. If their mere presence suffices to produce indignation, if the outrages committed by their staff suffice to rouse the most tranquil and we ask, does SEPU enjoy carte blanche. Does the director of Labor know the cases of SEPU and this campaign, began with the first issue of the newspaper and was systematic. It was contemporaneous with, and inspired by, the Nazi assaults on Jewish-owned businesses in Germany, in 1935 the Madrid branch was assaulted by Falangist militants, the stores windows were broken on several different occasions. That same year, Arriba wrote, The international Jewish-Masonic conspiracy is the creator of the evils that have arrived for humanity. Arriba carried a series of articles by Franco himself, the series began on 14 December 1946 and was signed with the pseudonym Jakin Boor. The articles rant against Freemasonry, Communism, Jews, and the State of Israel, judaism, atheism and Catholic dissidence feed thence the continental lodges. The articles by Franco also made reference to criminal rituals and to the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, El antisemitismo en España, la imagen del judío, 1812-2002. Los judíos y la Segunda República
6. Avui – Avui was a Catalan daily newspaper, based in Barcelona, in Spain. It was one of the citys newest papers, having founded in 1976. The editorial line was Catalan nationalist, Avui was first published on 23 April 1976. It initially relied on the subscriptions of thousands of Catalans for financial support and it soon went into financial problems and changed ownership. A partnership of two publishers along with the Catalan regional government itself took over in order to avoid imminent bankruptcy, the Grupo Godó owned 40% of the paper, which had its headquarters in Barcelona. The Catalan government subsidises with important amounts those Catalan newspapers with at least one Catalan language edition, in 2008 Avui was only second to El Punt in terms of circulation/funds granted, having received almost 1.5 million euros that amounted to 48.9 euros per newspaper sold. Then it went to change again in 2009, being bought by its rival El Punt
7. Faro de Vigo – Faro de Vigo is a Spanish daily newspaper for the town of Vigo. It is the oldest Spanish newspaper in circulation and its headquarters are located in Chapela, Redondela. Since 1986 it has belonged to Prensa Ibérica, a group that consists of 14 journalistic mastheads. The publisher of the paper is Faro de Vigo SA, in 2002, its average daily circulation reached 42,245 copies, certified by the Office of Spreading Justification. The numbers, as released by the General Study of Media, gave it 304,000 readers a day, putting it among the 13 most important Spanish newspapers, the staff consists of around 150 workers. The paper prints has six editions each day, The one with most diffusion covers Vigo, the others cover Pontevedra, Arousa, Ourense, Morrazo and Deza-Tabeirós-Montes. The digital edition was introduced in January 1999, xosé Luís Méndez Ferrín Álvaro Cunqueiro
8. El Ideal Gallego – El Ideal Gallego is a Galician newspaper from A Coruña, Spain. El Ideal Gallego was first published in A Coruña on 1 April 1917 and its founder was José Toubes Pego. The paper was fined 10,000 pesetas in 1971 for not obeying by the law of press and printing. In 1999, El Ideal Gallego acquired El Diario de Ferrol becoming its editor and moving their headquarters to the City Port and Naval Station of Ferrol, which like A Coruña, also lies in Galicia