List of newspapers in Portugal
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The number of national daily newspapers in Portugal was 32 in 1950, whereas it was 27 in 1965.
- Avante!, published by the Portuguese Communist Party
- Esquerda Socialista
- Portugal Socialista, published by the Socialist Party
- Povo Livre, published by the Social Democratic Party
- See also: Defunct newspapers of Portugal (in Portuguese)
- 24 Horas, Lisbon (tabloid)
- A Capital, Lisbon (1968–2005)
- Combate, (1974-1978)
- Comércio do Porto, Porto (1854–2005)
- Diário Digital, Lisbon (1999–2017)
- Diário Económico (1989-2016)
- Diário Popular, Lisbon (1943–1991)
- Global Notícias (daily, free) (2007-2010)
- Metro, (2004-2016)
- Notícias de Évora, Évora (1900-1992)
- Notícias de Tarde, (1981-1984)
- O Independente, Lisbon (1988–2006)
- O Século, Lisbon (1880–1978)
- Semanário Económico, Lisbon (folded 2009)
- Tal & Qual, (1980–2007), Friday tabloid
- List of digitized titles in the Lisbon Hemeroteca Municipal
- Media of Portugal
- List of magazines in Portugal
- List of radio stations in Portugal
- Television in Portugal
- Pippa Norris (Fall 2000). "Chapter 4 The Decline of Newspapers?". A Virtuous Circle: Political Communications in Post-Industrial Societies (PDF). New York: Cambridge University Press. Retrieved 6 October 2013.
- Circulação e Tiragens - APCT
- The oldest Portuguese daily still published
- Roy Greenslade (1 July 2010). "Two Portuguese newspapers close". The Guardian. Retrieved 9 December 2014.
- Was economic and daily newspaper founded in 1989, it ceased printing newspapers in March 2016 and focused all their coverage in on-line themes. In October 2016, the on -line newspaper closed.
- "Cofina Media vai fechar o jornal gratuito Metro". Observador. 1 September 2016. Retrieved 6 September 2016.
- Rui Alexandre Novais; Hugo Ferro (2013). "Media Stratups in a Creative Destructive Scenario" (PDF). II. International Conference on Communication, Media, Technology and Design. Retrieved 1 December 2014.
- in English
- Joaquim Antonio de Macedo (1874), "The Press", Guide to Lisbon and its Environs, London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co.
- British Museum (1885), "Lisbon", Periodical Publications, Catalogue of Printed Books, London
- "Portugal: Directory: the Press". Europa World Year Book 2004. Europa Publications. 2004. ISBN 1857432533.
- Manuel Pinto; Helena Sousa (2004). "Portugal". In Euromedia Research Group; Mary Kelly; et al. Media in Europe (3rd ed.). Sage Publications. pp. 180–190. ISBN 978-0-7619-4132-3.
- Douglas L. Wheeler; Walter C. Opello Jr. (2010). "Media". Historical Dictionary of Portugal (3rd ed.). Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0-8108-7075-8.
- "Portugal", Freedom of the Press, US: Freedom House, 2015, OCLC 57509361
- in Portuguese
- Carlos Augusto da Silva Campos, ed. (1886), "Jornaes de Lisboa, Provincias e Ilhas", Almanach Commercial de Lisboa (in Portuguese), pp. 437–441
- Augusto Xavier da Silva Pereira (1895). O jornalismo portuguez (in Portuguese). Typographia Soares.
- Warren Agee and Nelson Traquina (1983). O Quarto Poder Frustrado [Mass Media in the Post-Revolutionary Portugal] (in Portuguese). Lisbon: Vega.
- Gina Guedes Rafael; Manuela Santos, eds. (2001). Jornais e Revistas Portugueses do Século XIX (in Portuguese). Biblioteca Nacional. ISBN 972-565-229-0.
- "Portugal: Media and Publishing". Britannica.com.
- Banca de Jornais Sapo
- The Portuguese-American Journal (PAJ) is an online interactive publication dedicated to the Portuguese-American heritage with the purpose of informing and offering an insight into the Portuguese-American experience. New material is added to the PAJ daily. - Portuguese American Journal