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Ultimas Noticias, Nacional, Mundo, television sets, Venezuela

In 2000 Venezuela had some 108 telephone lines for every 1,000 people. The country’s phone system was privatized in 1991, leading to a substantial increase in service. An estimated 180 television sets and 472 radios were in use for every 1,000 residents. Influential daily newspapers included Ultimas Noticias, El Mundo, and El Nacional, all published in Caracas.



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