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SPAN 2090 Intermediate Spanish 1: Find
news

This is a library research guide for class projects for Spanish 2090 (Intermediate Spanish 1)

Current news in a digital newsstand

Library PressDisplay

Consult the current day and most recent 90 days of more than 5,000 newspapers, news magazines, tabloids, and special interest magazines from around the world. Full text searchable PDF images of  newspapers' print editions, with many special features -- article translation, audio, and more. Search across titles, countries, languages -- or just one paper.

Use the search boxes in the upper right of the (cluttered) home page to find newspapers in a particular language, or from a particular country.  For example,  El Diario, La Vanguardia, and more.

Latin American Newsletters
Latinnews (Latin American Newsletters) is one of the foremost sources of intelligence on political and economic developments in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Understand your country's media landscape

Look around -- in Library encyclopedias and reference sources as well as the Web -- for information about the media landscape of your country or region. Notice details, and apply the criteria for evaluating sources.  For example, for Colombia, you might start with  The History and Politics of Colombian Media and  Media in Colombia (Wikipedia) and then dig deeper into some sources under other tabs on this guide.

Newspapers:  El Pais (Colombia)

 

Google Noticias

Jorge Royan http://www.royan.com.ar    CC BY-SA 3.0

Google Noticias is Google news in Spanish. Use the "Edicion" button to see if your country has a specific edition available.

Historical news (digital projects)

Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library

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