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Newspaper Folha de S.Paulo · The San-Paulo Paper read in English

Sao Paulo ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The largest national newspaper of Brazil, an influential and independent publication, the most authoritative of all Brazilian newspapers that shape public opinion.

Newspaper O Globo · The Globe read in English

Rio de Janeiro ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
One of the most popular national newspapers in Brazil, it is the main publication of the largest Brazilian media conglomerate Grupo Globo. Winner of the Princess of Asturias Award for developing communication links in the region.

Newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo · The San-Paulo State read in English

Sao Paulo ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Right
The national daily newspaper of the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, the second oldest newspaper in Brazil after «Diario de Pernambuco». It was the first in Brazil to be sold freely on the streets of the city, before that there was only a subscription distribution system in the country.

Newspaper Zero Hora · The Null-Hour read in English

Porto Alegre ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
One of the largest national newspapers in Brazil, published daily in Porto Alegre in Portuguese, it is also the largest-circulation newspaper in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. One of the most innovative Brazilian newspapers.

Newspaper O Dia · The Day read in English

Rio de Janeiro ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Sensationalism
The central newspaper of Brazil's Rio de Janeiro, a city and state of the same name on the Atlantic Ocean's Guanabara Bay. She is known for her series of popular satirical comics «Caderno D». «Excelência Jornalística» Award 2012.

Newspaper Extra read in English

Rio de Janeiro ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
A popular daily newspaper in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the Latin American equivalent of European tabloids and tabloid publications, but with a more relaxed presentation and focused mainly on a female audience with such topics as career, psychology, health, lifestyle, family relations, entertainment.

Newspaper Agora São Paulo · The Sao-Paulo Today read in English

Sao Paulo ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The independent and critical Brazilian daily newspaper of the city of Sao Paulo in Portuguese, one of the best-selling newspapers in the region. The publication pays a lot of attention to social issues, pension reform, and the tax system.

Newspaper Estado de Minas · The Minas state read in English

Belo Horizonte ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Centrism
The Brazilian regional newspaper of the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, with its administrative center in Belo Horizonte, is a prominent representative of the «classic» or «traditional» Brazilian newspapers. For a long time, she represented the interests of the working class of the region, ordinary miners.

Newspaper Lance! · The Throw! read in English

Rio de Janeiro ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·Sport ·None
The main sports newspaper in Brazil today is mostly devoted to national, Latin American, Spanish and European football, as well as other ball games, track and field athletics, auto racing, tennis, and computer sports games.

Newspaper Valor Econômico · The Economical Mean read in English

Sao Paulo ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The main economic and business newspaper of Brazil in Portuguese, distributed as a national publication by subscription and in free sale. This is an authoritative bulletin of Latin American business, investment sector, markets, and legislation of the country.

Magazine Brasil de Fato · The Actual Brazil read in English

Porto Alegre ·Portuguese ·Magazine ·Weekly ·General ·Left
A distinctive representative of the so-called alternative media, a weekly Brazilian magazine in Portuguese, created for the Third World Social Forum. It is devoted to issues and problems of society, society, culture, mutual understanding.

Newspaper Correio Popular · The Popular Courier read in English

Campinas ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The largest newspaper of the Brazilian municipality and city of Campinas in the state of Sao Paulo, one of the most modern and largest Brazilian newspapers outside the capital. It was founded by Brazilian sprinter Alvaro Ribeiro on September 4, 1927.

Newspaper Correio da Bahia · The Baia Courier read in English

Bahia, Salvador ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The regional newspaper of the Brazilian state of Bahia in Portuguese, owned by the media company «A Rede Bahia». One of the most popular newspapers in the north-east of Brazil.

Newspaper Jornal do Brasil · The Brazilian Newspaper read in English

Rio de Janeiro ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Left
One of the most popular newspapers in Brazilian Rio de Janeiro and one of the oldest newspapers in Brazil in general, it was created at the end of the XIX century to protect and inform conservative sentiments in the region and as an opponent of the monarchy.

Newspaper The Rio Times read in English

Rio de Janeiro ·English ·Newspaper ·Monthly ·International ·None
The Brazilian monthly newspaper in English, aimed at foreigners, mainly businessmen and tourists, offers readers a detailed overview of events in the Latin American region and a guide to Rio and Sao Paulo.

Newspaper Correio Braziliense · The Brazilian Courier read in English

Brasilia ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The central newspaper of the federal capital of Brazil, Brasilia, a versatile daily publication in Portuguese, distributed as a national newspaper.

Newspaper Correio do Povo · The Peoples Courier read in English

Porto Alegre ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The regional Brazilian newspaper of the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul and the city of Porto Alegre, published daily in Portuguese, was created as a politically neutral and independent versatile newspaper, first published on colored paper.

Newspaper Diario de Pernambuco · The Pernambucu Diary read in English

Recife ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The oldest functioning newspaper in Latin America in Portuguese, it was conceived as an advertising and informational bulletin with ads and gradually turned into a regional newspaper of the Brazilian city of Recife and the state of Pernambuco.

Newspaper Jornal Pequeno · The Small Newspaper read in English

Rio de Janeiro ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
Brazilian small-format daily newspaper of the state of Maranhão, as well as the city of San Luis, which is politically independent and neutral. A newspaper with an innovative form of presentation for its time and a compact format, with a lot of text and few photos.

Newspaper Jornal A Tarde · The Daily read in English

Bahia, Salvador ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The oldest newspaper of the Brazilian state of Bahia in the east of the country on the Atlantic coast, as well as the largest regional newspaper of the north and northeast of Brazil. The main feature of the newspaper: advertising information is published separately from the main content.

Newspaper Gazeta de Alagoas · The Alagoas Newspaper read in English

Maceyo ·Portuguese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The daily regional newspaper of the Brazilian state of Alagoas, located in the north-east of the country, is published in its administrative center, the city of Maceio.