Ecuador, officially known as the Republic of Ecuador is a country located on South America’s west coast. Ecuador is famous for the Amazon jungle, Andean highlands, and the wildlife-rich Galápagos Islands. Quito is the capital of Ecuador. Spanish is the official language of Ecuador. Besides Spanish, ten native languages are spoken in Ecuador. English is the most spoken foreign language.
Top 10 Daily Newspapers in Ecuador
- El Universo
- El Comercio
- El Tiempo
- El Telégrafo
- Diario Extra
- La Gaceta
- El Mercurio
- El Quiteño Libre
- La Hora
El Universo is an Ecuadorian morning newspaper founded in 1921 and published in the city of Guayaquil, Ecuador. This newspaper is currently the most popular newspaper in the city and one of the largest in Ecuador. The newspaper provides news about Politics, Economy, Sports, Migration, Entertainment and much more. You will find the latest news from Ecuador and the world in El Universo. The mission of this newspaper is to report on what happened in the last hours in the city, the country, and the world, in a clear, objective, honest, impartial, and truthful manner. The newspaper won several awards including a special mention of the María Moors Cabot Journalism Awards from Columbia University, United States, for her defense of freedom of expression in Ecuador.
El Comercio is a very popular daily Ecuadorian newspaper that covers Quito, Guayaquil, Cuenca, and surrounding areas. The newspaper was found in 1906. It is the most committed informative newspaper with the people of Ecuador. Grupo El Comercio C. A is the owner of this newspaper. It has a circulation of 40.000 per day. El Comercio publishes real-time updated information about the country and the world. The mission of this newspaper is to inform the readers about all national and international events.
El Tiempo is a renowned daily newspaper based in Cuenca, Ecuador. The newspaper was first published in 1955. It is one of the oldest newspapers in Ecuador. El Tiempo is one of the fastest-growing portals in Ecuador, receiving views of more than 120,000 users from more than 110 countries s around the world every month. The mission of this newspaper is to inform citizens in a clear, objective, impartial and truthful manner.
El Telégrafo was founded in Guayaquil on February 16, 1884, by Juan Murillo Miró. It is a Spanish-language daily newspaper in Guayaquil and one of the oldest newspapers in Ecuador. Ecuador Government is the owner of this newspaper. El Telégrafo is the first newspaper in Ecuador to acquire the services of foreign news agencies and is also the first to publish aerial photographs of the country. In El Telégrafo, the best journalists and writers in the country were welcomed, such as Manuel J. Calle, Medardo Ángel Silva, José H. Simmonds, Juan Emilio Murillo. The mission of this newspaper is to report on the news events that happen in Ecuador and the world, with truthfulness and immediacy.
Diario Extra is a self-publishing newspaper in Ecuador. The newspaper was founded on October 23, 1974. The newspaper offers insights for leisure time: from games to sports to wellness to cooking, art, fashion, engines, entertainment, science, technology, and travel.
Hoy is a daily newspaper in Ecuador. The newspaper was first published on June 7, 1982. The newspaper remains print version until August 26, 2014. Now the newspaper publishes from Guayaquil in electronic format. Jaime Mantilla Anderson is the founder of this newspaper. The newspaper is very popular for openness to all political views in the Ecuadorian press. The language of this newspaper is Spanish.
El Mercurio is a daily newspaper published in Cuenca, Ecuador. It is the main newspaper in Cuenca city. The newspaper was found on October 22, 1924. The mission of this newspaper is to inform, educate, and entertain the people of Cuenca, Ecuador.
El Quiteño Libre
El Quiteño Libre is a weekly newspaper that covers the city of Quito, Ecuador. The newspaper was found in 1833. It is one of the oldest newspapers in Ecuador. Sociedad del Quiteño Libre is the owner of this newspaper. The language of this newspaper is Spanish.
La Hora is a very renowned regional newspaper in Ecuador. It has the most regional editions in Ecuador. La Hora runs a total of 10 regional editions. Copesa is the owner of this newspaper. The mission of this newspaper is to provide News, insights, and events on national and local news. Some of the popular categories of this newspaper are National, Countrywide, Politics, International, International relations, business, local news, sports, weather, etc.
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