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Folha de SA?o Paulo

Folha de SA?o Paulo, or simply Folha, is considered the most influential newspaper in Brazil today. Founded in 1921, it has been the newspaper with the highest edition number and circulation among national daily newspapers of general interest since the 1980s, according to figures audited by the IVC (Institution of Circulation Verifier). It sells a weekly average of 320,741 copies and enjoys an audience of 2.3 million.

It was the first Brazilian online newspaper and, in 2010, it unified two newsrooms, becoming the first real-time newspaper in Portuguese. In an unprecedented single-audience survey that studied newspaper readers on all platforms (print, online, mobile and tablet), Folha ranked first, with 20 million readers a month.

Folhaa��s editorial premise is the search for critical, nonpartisan and pluralistic journalism.


Veja is the largest Brazilian magazine and the second largest weekly information magazine in the world, with a total circulation of more than 1.1 million copies.

Veja is comprehensive, covering everything from politics, economics and international news, to arts and culture, with clear and appealing language. Beyond describing the facts, Vejaa��s journalism results from the pursuit of unprecedented information and original reflection, with a commitment to filter, evaluate and interpret the news. is the online news portal and, in addition to all the content of Veja, presents a video gallery and photos, and integrates with social networks.


Exame is the largest and most influential business and economics publication in Brazil today. It has a circulation of about 150,000 copies every fortnight, and is read by approximately 726,000 readers.

The magazinea��s website is the leading online source for business news in the country, with more than 14 million unique visitors. Its focus extends to economics, financial markets, technology, marketing, management, environment, small businesses, careers and personal finance.

According to a survey by the institute Ipsos-Marplan, Exame is read by 91% of the leaders of the 500 largest companies in Brazil. The magazine also publishes the Better and Biggest Yearbook, the main financial ranking of large companies in the country.


It is the most widely read newspaper in South Florida with 1.3 million readers daily, and is also the most influential, winner of 22 Pulitzer Prizes.

The coverage of Latin America and Hispanic affairs is by far the best and most comprehensive of all United States newspapers.

The publication also features a Spanish version, El Nuevo Herald, recognized by Ortega & Gasset prize as the best Spanish-language newspaper.

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