|Website of the Dominican Government
|Website of the Dominican Government, website language is Spanish. The Dominican Republic, or Dominica for short, is located in the eastern part of the Caribbean island of Hispaniola in North America, with its capital and seat of government in Santo Domingo, where the official language is Spanish.
|The Dominican Today website
|The Dominican Today website is in English and covers news from within the Dominican Republic and Santo Domingo, with a focus on politics, economics, and humanities, as well as some international news. It also provides information on travel and life in the Dominican Republic.
|Taringa! is one of the larger portal sites in the Dominican Republic, offering links to various websites, advertising listings, telephone number inquiries, etc. The site is in Spanish.
|El Nacional is a Dominican Republic newspaper that was founded in 1966 by Dr. Rafael Molina Morillo. As of 2012, the president of El Nacional is Radhamés Gómez Pepín.
|Listín Diario is one of the main newspapers in the Dominican Republic and is the oldest newspaper in the country. The newspaper is currently owned by Juan Bautista Vicini Lluberes, Héctor José Rizek, Samir Rizek, Mícalo Bermúdez, and José Luis Corripio.
|El Caribe is one of the leading commercial television stations in the Dominican Republic, covering the Dominican and surrounding Hispanic areas, offering program schedules, preview programs, online videos, calls for public opinion, program polls, etc. The website language is Spanish.
|Canal 25 is one of the leading Dominican TV stations, with high ratings in the country, offering schedules, online videos, preview programs, celebrity interviews, program searches, etc. The website language is Spanish.
|Aster TV is one of the leading commercial TV stations in the Dominican Republic, keeping up to date with TV programs, offering various schedules, previews of programs, online news tracking, top recaps, interviews with people, and other types of programs in Spanish.
|Antena 21 is one of the largest commercial television stations in the Dominican Republic, covering the Dominican and Latin American Hispanic regions. It keeps up to date with TV programs and offers broadcast schedules, online videos, previews, celebrity interviews, etc. The website is in Spanish.