Nacion, daily circulation, Clarin, Cronica, Razon
A postal service extending to the entire country is maintained by the government. In 2000 there were 213 telephone mainlines in use for every 1,000 inhabitants. There were 681 radios and 223 television sets in use per 1,000 people in 1997.
Some 34 daily newspapers are published in Argentina, although the principal ones are published in Buenos Aires and circulate throughout the country. La Prensa and La Nacion, with circulations of about 65,000 and 211,000, respectively, are famed internationally for their independent views and objectivity. Other leading Buenos Aires papers are Clarin (daily circulation 480,000), Cronica (520,000 in two editions), Pagina 12 (220,000) and La Razon (180,000). The provincial capitals and other secondary centers all have daily papers with strong local followings. A number of magazines containing both news and features are published in Buenos Aires and circulate throughout the country.
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