Canal 26
Canal 26 is an Argentine news cable channel operated by Grupo Telecentro, a cable television provider from Buenos Aires. It broadcasts from La Matanza Partido, although its studios are located in Capi...
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LOR Radio Argentina
Created by Enrique Telémaco Susini, LOR Radio Argentina was the first national broadcast radio station in Argentina. It operated continuously from 1920 to 1997.
After returning to Argentina from E...
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Radio Rivadavia
LS5 Radio Rivadavia is a radio station which broadcasts from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Founded in 1928, it broadcasts 24 hours a day since 1959, and carries a full service format. Its slogan is Estamos...
Pol-ka
Pol-ka Producciones is a television and film production company in Buenos Aires, Argentina, commonly referred to as Pol-ka.The company was launched in 1994 and is owned by Adrián Suar , Fernando Blanc...
Canal 9 (Argentina)
Canal 9 is an Argentine television network based in Buenos Aires. It is a general entertainment station which offers news, soap operas, talk shows, and movies.
After the fall of the second governm...
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La Nación
La Nación (Spanish: The Nation) is an Argentine daily newspaper. The country's leading conservative paper, the centrist Clarín is its main competitor.
The paper was founded as La Nación Argent...
El Mundo (Argentina)
El Mundo (The World) was a daily morning paper published in Buenos Aires, Argentina by Editorial Haynes company. It was launched on 14 May 1928 and circulated until mid-1967, when there was an unsucce...
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Radio Continental
LS4 Radio Continental is an Argentine News and Talk radio station. Radio Continental was founded on September 28, 1969 under the name Radio Porteña.It is considered one of the most effective radio sta...
El Cronista
El Cronista (Spanish: The Reporter) is a daily business newspaper published in Buenos Aires, Argentina.It was founded by Martin Giménez Antonio and first published as El Cronista Comercial on November...
Radio 10
Radio 10 is an Argentine talk radio. It broadcasts from Buenos Aires on the 710 kHz with an effective radio power of 100 kW. It has plenty of affiliates in the country. It is owned by the journal...
Crónica
Crónica may refer to:
La Razón (Buenos Aires)
La Razón is a local newspaper distributed in the public transportation system in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was founded in 1905 by Argentine journalist Emilio Morales an as an afternoon (Quinta edici...
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Buenos Aires Herald
The Buenos Aires Herald is an English language daily newspaper from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Their slogan is A World of Information in a few words.
Under the original name of The Buenos Ayres Hera...
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Canal 5 Noticias
Canal 5 Noticias ("Channel 5 News", also known as C5N) is an Argentine news cable channel. Has been created by the entrepreneur and journalist Daniel Hadad Sold to the Indalo Group, owned by Cristóbal...
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Crítica de la Argentina
Crítica de la Argentina was a daily newspaper from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The name was a throwback to a Crítica originally published between 1913 and 1962, which, during the 1920s, was the most ...
Telégrafo Mercantil
The "Telégrafo Mercantil, Rural, Político, Económico e Historiográfico del Río de la Plata" (in Spanish, "Merchant, rural, political, economic and historiographic telegraph of the Río de la Plata") wa...
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Argentinisches Tageblatt
Argentinisches Tageblatt (lit. "Argentine Daily") is a German-language weekly newspaper published every Saturday in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The newspaper was founded by a Swiss immigrant from Ber...
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Telefe
LS84 TV (channel 11) is a television station located in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The station is owned and operated by Telefónica Argentina through Televisión Federal S.A. Telefe is also a television n...
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La Prensa (Buenos Aires)
La Prensa is an Argentine daily newspaper. Based in Buenos Aires, it was founded on 18 October 1869 by José C. Paz. La Prensa ranked among the most widely circulated dailies in Argentina in subsequent...
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Clarín (Argentine newspaper)
Clarín (English: Bugle) is the largest newspaper in Argentina, published by the Grupo Clarín media group. It was founded by Roberto Noble on 28 August 1945. It is popularly understood to oppose th...
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The Southern Cross (Argentina)
The Southern Cross is an Argentine newspaper founded on January 16, 1875, by Patrick Joseph Dillon (1842–1889), a Roman Catholic priest, editor and politician, born in Tuam, east Co. Galway, Ireland. ...
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