List of Spanish-language newspapers published in the United States

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This is a list of Spanish language newspapers published in the United States.

Current[edit]

Title State City Year est. Notes
Accion Newspaper Georgia Atlanta 2004
Las Américas Newspaper Virginia Falls Church [1]
La Cara Texas Mexia, Waco
Claridad Puerto Rico San Juan 1959
El Conquistador Illinois Geneva 1993 Merged with Reflejos in 2011
Al Día Texas Dallas
El Periódico USA Texas McAllen
Al Día Pennsylvania Philadelphia
El Diario de El Paso Texas El Paso 2005
El Diario La Prensa New York [2] New York City 1913
Diario Las Américas Florida Miami [3][4]
La Estrella Norte Puerto Rico Mayagüez 1983
La Estrella Oeste Puerto Rico Mayagüez 1983
La Gaceta Florida Tampa
Hoy
Impacto Latin News
Impacto Latino
La Jornada Latina Ohio Cincinnati
Latin Opinion Maryland Baltimore 2004
Latino Detroit
El Latino Expreso
Noticia New York Long Island[5]
Noticias Libres[6] Tennessee Chattanooga
El Nuevo Día Puerto Rico Guaynabo 1909
El Nuevo Georgia Georgia Norcross 1998
El Nuevo Herald Florida [3] Miami 1987[7]
El Nuevo Heraldo Texas Brownsville
El Observador California San José
La Opinión California Los Angeles [8] 1926
Periódico La Esquina Puerto Rico
La Perla del Sur Puerto Rico Ponce 1982
El Planeta Massachusetts Boston 2005
La Prensa de Colorado Colorado Denver
La Prensa de Minnesota
Primera Hora Puerto Rico Guaynabo 1997
El Puente [es] Indiana [9] Goshen
Que Pasa North Carolina
El Rumbo Texas San Antonio and later Houston (no longer in print)
El Sentinel Florida Orlando
El Sentinel del Sur de la Florida Florida Deerfield Beach 2002
El Sol Connecticut Stamford
The Spanish Journal
El Tecolote (newspaper) California San Francisco
El Tiempo Latino DC Washington
Vida Latina
El Vocero Puerto Rico San Juan 1974
La Voz Arizona Phoenix [3]
La Voz Bilingüe Colorado Thornton
La Voz de Houston Texas Houston 1979
Washington Hispanic Maryland Silver Spring 1994
Westchester Hispano Newspaper New York White Plains 2006 westchesterhispano.net

Defunct[edit]

Title State City Year est. Year ceased Notes
El Audaz[10] Florida Ybor City 1907 1907
Boletin Popular [11] New Mexico Santa Fe
El Clamor Publico [12] California Los Angeles 1855 [13]
Comercia [14] Florida Tampa
La Democracia Puerto Rico 1890
El Despertar New York New York 1891 [2]
El Día Texas Houston 1982
El Eco del Pacifico [15] California San Francisco
Espana Libre New York New York 1839 [2]
Filipino [11] Washington, D.C.
La Frontera Texas 2004
La Fuerza [16] Texas 1962
La Gaceta Mexicana Texas Houston 1928
El Grito del Norte New Mexico 1968
El Hablador Louisiana New Orleans 1845 [17]
Hacienda [11] New York Buffalo 1905 [2]
Hispano Americano [14] California San Diego
El Imparcial Puerto Rico 1918
Mensajero [11] Arizona Phoenix
El Mensajero Semanal de Nueva York New York New York 1828 [2]
El Mercurio de Nueva York New York New York 1828 [8]
Mexico Illinois Chicago 1922 [18]
El Mississippi Louisiana New Orleans 1808 [8]
El Mulato New York New York 1854 [2]
El Mundo Puerto Rico 1919
Noticias del Mundo[7] New York New York 1980[19] 2004[20]
Noticioso de Ambos Mundos New York 1836 [21]
Patria New York New York 1892 [2]
Popular [11] California Los Angeles
La Raza Latina [22] New York New York
La Revista[23] Florida Tampa
Revista Agricola [11] Illinois Chicago
Sancho Panza [18] Wisconsin Milwaukee 1930s
La Semana Florida Orlando 1981[24][25] Oviedo Publishing Co.
Tampa Illustrado[26] Florida Tampa 1912 1913
El Tecolote [22] California San Francisco
La Verdad New York New York 1848 [2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

El Clamor Publico, Los Angeles, 1855
  1. ^ Las Américas Newspaper
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Eisenstadt 2005.
  3. ^ a b c Chávez Candelaria 2004.
  4. ^ Las Américas Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ Noticia
  6. ^ "Noticias Libres". www.noticiaslibres.com. Retrieved 2016-04-13.
  7. ^ a b Sonia Benson, ed. (2003). Hispanic American Almanac (3rd ed.). Gale. OCLC 228663838.
  8. ^ a b c Kanellos 1994.
  9. ^ El Puente
  10. ^ http://digital.lib.usf.edu/?A48
  11. ^ a b c d e f Ayer 1907.
  12. ^ Muir Dawson (1950). "Southern California Newspapers, 1851 - 1876: a Short History and a Census". Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly. 32. JSTOR 41168227.
  13. ^ Félix Gutiérrez, José Luis Benavides and William Deverell (2006). "El Clamor Público: Introduction". California History. 84. JSTOR 25161869.
  14. ^ a b Ayer 1921.
  15. ^ Kent 1996.
  16. ^ "Mexican Texas Newspapers". WorldCat. USA: Online Computer Library Center. Retrieved July 18, 2013.
  17. ^ Tom Reilly (1982). "A Spanish-Language Voice of Dissent in Antebellum New Orleans". Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association. 23. JSTOR 4232208.
  18. ^ a b Leal 1989.
  19. ^ New Spanish-language daily newspaper, Noticias del Mundo, United Press International, September 26, 1984
  20. ^ "Chronicling America". Washington, DC: Library of Congress. Missing or empty |url= (help) Retrieved March 15, 2017
  21. ^ "Noticioso de Ambos Mundos". WorldCat. OCLC. Retrieved February 9, 2014.
  22. ^ a b Rowell 1880.
  23. ^ http://digital.lib.usf.edu/?R19
  24. ^ Ulrichsweb, ProQuest, (Subscription required (help)) Retrieved May 5, 2017
  25. ^ "Weekly Newspapers and Other Non-Dailies" (PDF). Florida Journalism History Project. Gainesville: University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries. Retrieved May 5, 2017.
  26. ^ http://digital.lib.usf.edu/tampailustrado

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