List of newspapers in Mexico

This is a list of newspapers in Mexico.

Newspapers about the death of Alvaro Obregon and the execution of Jose de Leon Toral at the National Museum of the Revolution.
"Regeneration" newspaper, founded by the brothers Flores Magón, and whose first copy was published the morning of august 7 1900. This publication spread liberal ideas and anarchic contrary to the government of the general Porfirio Diaz, what caused its founders and editors to be jailed and later exiled being considered precursors of the Mexican Revolution.

Current newspapersEdit

Newspaper City/town State Year established Notes
ABC Monterrey [1] Nuevo Leon
ABC Toluca Mexico [1]
La Afición Mexico City sport [2]
A.M. [3] León Guanajuato
Biznews [4] Monterrey Nuevo León
Cambio de Michoacán Michoacán [5]
Contexto Durango [5]
Coyuntura
Crónica Mexicali; most of Baja California Baja California
La Crónica de Hoy [2] national;[6] Mexico City 1996
Cuarto Poder Chiapas [5]
Cuestion [2] Mexico City
El Debate Culiacan [5] Sinaloa
El Dia [2] Mexico City
Diario Amanecer national [6] 1980s [7]
El Diario [1] Juarez Chihuahua [5]
Diario de Colima Colima [5]
El Diario de Guadalajara [1] Jalisco
Diario de México [2] national [6]
El Diario de Monterrey [1] Monterrey Nuevo Leon
El Diario de Morelos [1] Morelos
El Diario de Sonora Sonora
Diario de Toluca [1] Toluca Mexico
Diario de Yucatán Mérida Yucatán [6]
El Diario del Yaqui Sonora [3] 1942 (circa)[7]
Diario Eyipantla Milenio San Andrés Tuxtla [8] Veracruz
Diario Los Tuxtlas San Andrés Tuxtla, Veracruz[9]
Diario Oficial de la Federación (English translation Official Gazette of the Federation )
Diario de Querétaro Querétaro [5]
Diario Sonora de la Tarde Ciudad Obregón Sonora
Diario Xalapa Xalapa Veracruz [10][5]
El Dictamen Veracruz[11] Veracruz
El Economista national [6]
Ecos de la Cuenca en Tepalcatepec[citation needed]
Especialistas en Medios[citation needed]
Esto [2] Mexico City
Etcétera[citation needed]
Excélsior [2] Mexico City
La Extra Morelia
El Financiero [2] national [6]
Frontera Tijuana Baja California[5]
Gringo Gazette (in English)
Grupo Diario de Morelia La Extra Michoacán [5]
Guadalajara Reporter Jalisco [5]
Hidrocálido [12] Aguascalientes [3]
El Heraldo San Luis Potosi [1]
El Heraldo de Chihuahua [1] Chihuahua Chihuahua [5] 1927
El Heraldo de México Mexico City [2]
El Heraldo de Toluca [1] Toluca Mexico
Imágen Zacatecas [5]
El Imparcial [1] Oaxaca [5]
El Imparcial (Hermosillo) [es] Sonora [5] and Arizona 1937
El Informador [1] Guadalajara [5] Jalisco
La Jerga: Periodismo Gonzo Independiente[citation needed]
La Jornada [2] national;[6] Mexico City
Juárez Hoy Ciudad Juárez
El Mañana (Nuevo Laredo) Tamaulipas [5]
El Mañana (Reynosa)[citation needed] Reynosa
El Mañana Toluca Mexico [1]
El Mercurio de Tamaulipas Victoria Tamaulipas [5]
Meridiano de Nayarit [1] Nayarit
Mexican Online News[citation needed] (in English)
El Mexicano [1] Tijuana Baja California [5]
Mexico News Daily[citation needed] (in English)
Milenio Diario national [6]
Milenio Diario de Monterrey [4] Nuevo León [3]
Mural Guadalajara [5] Jalisco
My Press Mexico City [3] (in Spanish)
El Nacional [1] Guanajuato
El Nacional[citation needed] Mexico City
The News Mexico City [3] (in English)
Noroeste Culiacan [5] and Mazatlan Sinaloa
El Norte [1] Monterrey Nuevo León [5]
Noti Arandas Arandas [5] Jalisco
Notiver[citation needed] Veracruz
Novedad Acapulco Guerrero [5]
Novedades de Quintana Roo Cancún [5] Quintana Roo
Novedades de Tabasco Tabasco [3]
Novedades de Yucatán Yucatán [3]
Oaxaca Times Oaxaca [5]
El Observador [1] Tepic Nayarit
El Occidental [1] Jalisco [5]
La Opinión [3] Puebla [5]
La Opinión de Poza Rica [3] Poza Rica [5] Veracruz
La Opinión de Torreón Torreón Coahuila [1]
Ovaciones [2] Mexico City
El Periódico AM Hidalgo Guanajuato [5]
Periódico Correo Guanajuato [3]
Periódico Vanguardia Saltillo Coahuila [5]
Por Esto! Mérida Yucatán [3]
El Porvenir [13][1] Monterrey Nuevo León [5]
La Prensa [2] Mexico City [3]
Primera Hora Nuevo Laredo Tamaulipas
Público[citation needed] Guadalajara Jalisco
Pulso San Luis Potosí [5]
Récord Mexico City [3]
Reforma [2] national;[6] Mexico City
El Regional de Sonora[citation needed] Ciudad Obregón Sonora
Ríodoce Sinaloa [3]
Rumbo [1] Toluca Mexico
Siglo 21
El Siglo de Durango Durango [5]
El Siglo de Torreón [1] Torreón Coahuila [5]
Síntesis Hemerográfica Semanal[citation needed] (weekly)
El Sol de Acapulco Guerrero [5]
El Sol de Irapuato Guanajuato [5]
El Sol de México [2] national;[6] Mexico City
El Sol Monterrey [1] Neuvo Leon
El Sol de Nayarit Tepic Nayarit [5]
El Sol de Puebla [1] Puebla [5]
El Sol de San Luis San Luis Potosí [5]
El Sol de Tampico Tamaulipas [5]
El Sol de Tijuana [1] Tijuana
Sol de Tlaxcala Tlaxcala [5]
El Sol de Toluca [1] México [5]
El Sol de Zacatecas Zacatecas [5]
El Sol del Bajío Celaya Guanajuato [5]
El Sol del Centro [12] Aguascalientes [5]
Sol del Sur[citation needed] Tamaulipas
El Sur Acapulco Guerrero [5]
El Sur de Campeche Campeche [5]
Tabasco hoy Villahermosa Tabasco [5]
Tiempo Chihuahua [5]
El Tiempo de Durango[citation needed] Durango Durango
La Tribuna del Yaqui Sonora [5]
Última Hora Nuevo Laredo
Unión de Morelos Cuernavaca Morelos [5]
El Universal [2] national [6]
Unomásuno Mexico City [2]
Vanguardia [1] Coahuila
El Vigía Ensenada Baja California [5]
VivirAqui[citation needed] (weekly)
La Voz de la Frontera [1] Baja California Norte [5]
La Voz de Michoacán [1] Morelia Michoacán [5]
La Voz De Monclova Monclova Coahuila De Zaragoza [3]
La Voz De Piedras Negras Piedras Negras Coahuila [3]
El Zócalo Piedras Negras, Monclova, Acuña Coahuila [5]

DefunctEdit

See alsoEdit

 
Lydia María Cacho Ribeiro

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad "Mexico: Directory: the Press". Europa World Year Book. Europa Publications. 2004. p. 2889+. ISBN 978-1-85743-255-8. Provincial daily newspapers
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q "Mexico: Directory: the Press". Europa World Year Book. Europa Publications. 2004. p. 2889+. ISBN 978-1-85743-255-8. Daily newspapers
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q "Padrón Nacional de Medios Impresos" (in Spanish). Gobierno de México. Retrieved March 3, 2020.
  4. ^ a b "Publicaciones periódicas en Nuevo León". Sistema de Información Cultural (in Spanish). Gobierno de Mexico. Archived from the original on March 7, 2020.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd "Newspapers: Mexico". Latin American Network Information Center. University of Texas at Austin. Retrieved July 1, 2015. Regional circulation newspapers
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Newspapers: Mexico". Latin American Network Information Center [pt]. University of Texas at Austin. Retrieved July 1, 2015. National circulation newspapers
  7. ^ a b c "International Coalition on Newspapers database". Chicago, US: Center for Research Libraries. Retrieved March 7, 2020.
  8. ^ Diario Eyipantla Milenio
  9. ^ Diario Los Tuxtlas
  10. ^ Diario Xalapa
  11. ^ El Dictamen
  12. ^ a b "Publicaciones periódicas en Aguascalientes". Sistema de Información Cultural (in Spanish). Gobierno de Mexico. Archived from the original on March 7, 2020.
  13. ^ El Porvenir
  14. ^ Henry Lepidus (1928). "The History of Mexican Journalism" (PDF). University of Missouri Bulletin. US. 29 (4) – via Core.ac.uk.
This article incorporates information from the Spanish Wikipedia.

Further readingEdit

in English
  • "Mexico". Newspaper Directory of Latin America. Washington DC: International Bureau of the American Republics. 1892 – via HathiTrust.
  • "What the People Read in Mexico". American Monthly Review of Reviews. 31. 1905 – via Google Books.
  • "Mexico". Edward P. Remington's Annual Newspaper Directory. New York. 1911 – via HathiTrust.
  • Marvin Alisky. Growth of newspapers in Mexico's provinces. Journalism Quarterly 37, 1960.
  • Benjamin T. Smith (2018). The Mexican Press and Civil Society, 1940–1976: Stories from the Newsroom, Stories from the Street. US: University of North Carolina Press. ISBN 978-1-4696-3811-9.
in Spanish

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