Clarín

  • City: Buenos Aires
  • Language: Spanish
  • Circulation: 300,800
Clarín

Founded in 1945, Clarín ("The Bugle") is Argentina's most widely read newspapers. Fiercely independent, even under the dictatorship, its site is the most visited news portal nationally and the second in Latin America. It is owned by the powerful Clarin group, which holds, in addition to other newspapers, several TV channels (Canal Arteara or 13) and radio (Radio Mitre).

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Updated: 18 January 2017