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It has national coverage and is printed on white tabloid paper; only advertisements are coloured. Búsqueda used to feature only political and economic news, but culture, science, health, humour and sports sections were added later. Since 2000, a women's magazine named Galería is sold together with Búsqueda.
Opinions tend to be concentrated in columns and editorials, mostly with a classical liberal view. Photographs are small and never used in politics and economy sections. According to The New York Times, sociologist César Aguiar noted that "Citibank and the Communist Party [of Uruguay] both advertise in its pages".
- Magazine in Uruguay Wins a Wide Audience - The New York Times
- "Information about Uruguay" (in German). Auswärtiges Amt. Retrieved 24 Nov 2012.
- Official website
- Division Filatelia - 30 Años Semanario Búsqueda - Administración Nacional de Correos
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