|Puerto Rico Autonomous State Government Website
|Website of the Government of the Autonomous State of Puerto Rico, available in English and Spanish, with information on government overview, related links, online public services, government highlights, etc.
|Puerto Rico Radio Network
|The Puerto Rico Radio Network is the largest comprehensive television station in Puerto Rico, similar to CCTV, and includes dozens of channels, as well as syndicated stations in several countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom, offering a variety of programming services such as broadcast schedules, online videos, and content previews.
|La Perla del Sur
|La Perla del Sur is a Puerto Rican Spanish-language weekly newspaper that is based in Ponce, Puerto Rico. It has a circulation of 75,000 in nine towns in the south of Puerto Rico. It was founded in 1983 in Ponce by Juan Nogueras and a crew of six. It has a staff of around 30 and is edited by Omar Alfonso.
|Claridad is a Puerto Rican Spanish-language weekly newspaper that is based in San Juan, Puerto Rico. It was first published in June 1959. Today, Claridad’s yearly “Festival Claridad” has become the most important musical and cultural event, attracting thousands of participants and representatives of various musical genres.
|Puerto Rico Daily Sun
|The Puerto Rico Daily Sun is a Puerto Rican daily newspaper in English. The newspaper is based in San Juan, Puerto Rico. It is published seven days a week by Cooperativa Prensa Unida.
|Primera Hora is a Puerto Rican daily newspaper in Spanish, based in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. The newspaper’s slogan is “Easy to read”.
|El Vocero is a free newspaper published in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Since its publication in 1974, it is the 3rd largest newspaper in Puerto Rico, after El Mundo and El Nuevo Día in terms of sales.
|El Nuevo Día
|El Nuevo Día is a Puerto Rican newspaper based in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. the newspaper covers the whole of Puerto Rico and some parts of the United States. It was founded in 1909 by Guillermo V. Cintrón, initially under the name El Diario de Puerto Rico, and changed its name to El Día in 1911.
|Provides information about the government and its agencies, trade, tourism, news, and online services.
|CDM Internacional is an influential television station in Puerto Rico, and this website is its official website, in Spanish. The station offers TV previews and schedules, news and information tracking, back issues, etc. The TV programs broadcast are mainly variety shows.
|Direct TV is one of the most famous television stations in Puerto Rico, offering information and schedules, forums, reviews, and other content, mainly in the genre of arts and variety programs. This website is the official website and is in Spanish.
|4 FUN TV
|4 Fun TV is an entertainment station in Puerto Rico that broadcasts cultural, entertainment, and variety shows. It offers videos of various shows, and sitcoms online, interviews with celebrities, schedules, online reviews of past shows, and links to other sister stations.
|Sistema TV is the most important educational channel in Puerto Rico, offering a schedule of programs broadcast through various education-related programs, a review of the content of programs broadcast on television, insight, and follow-up of educational hot spots, and links to other related websites, etc. The website is in Spanish.