El Sentinel del Sur de la Florida

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El Sentinel del Sur de Florida (Spanish for "South Florida Sun-Sentinel") is a weekly Spanish-language newspaper published in Deerfield Beach, Florida by the South Florida Sun Sentinel Company, a subsidiary of Tronc, known before as the Tribune Publishing of Chicago, which also publish the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. El Sentinel began publication on October 12, 2002.

The newspaper's chief competitor in the South Florida metropolitan area is El Nuevo Herald, the Spanish edition of the Miami Herald.

Editorially, it has historically tilted conservative. El Sentinel covers all Florida and is mainly distributed in Palm Beach and Broward counties.

The editor is Yvonne H. Valdez.


See also[edit]

  • El Sentinel Orlando

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