El Heraldo (Colombia)
Front page of El Heraldo, 20 September 2010.
|Founder(s)||Juan Fernández Ortega,
Luis Eduardo Manotas Llinás,
Alberto Pumarejo Vengoechea
|Publisher||Editorial El Heraldo S.A.|
|Editor-in-chief||Ivan Bernal Marín|
|Opinion editor||Rosario Borrero|
|Founded||28 October 1933|
|Headquarters||Calle 53B # 46-25
Barranquilla, Atlántico, Colombia
El Heraldo (English: The Herald) is a regional newspaper based in the city of Barranquilla, Colombia, founded in 1933 by Juan Fernández Ortega, Luis Eduardo Manotas Llinás, and Alberto Pumarejo Vengoechea. It is the third highest circulating newspaper in Colombia mostly covering the area of the Colombian Caribbean Region and other main cities in the country.
- "El Heraldo" (PDF) (in Spanish). Bogotá: Colombian Association of Newspaper and News Media Publishers. Retrieved 25 April 2013.
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