El Tiempo (Anzoátegui)

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Type Daily newspaper
Publisher Editores Orientales, C.A[1]
Founded 29 August 1958
Language Spanish
Headquarters Puerto la Cruz
Website www.eltiempo.com.ve

El Tiempo is a Venezuelan regional newspaper, headquartered in Puerto la Cruz, in the state of Anzoátegui.

The newspaper was launched in 1951 as Voz Caribe, a weekly newspaper. It was relaunched as a daily, under the new name El Tiempo, following the restoration of democracy after the 1958 Venezuelan coup d'état.[2] Under the management of Jesús Márquez (1978 - 1985) the newspaper increased its circulation from 6300 to 35,000, and its size from 16 pages to 40.[2]

The board of directors of Editores Orientales, C.A includes Adolfo Raul Taylhardat.[1]

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  1. ^ a b (in Spanish) El Tiempo, Equipo, accessed 11 June 2012
  2. ^ a b (in Spanish) El Tiempo, Historia

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