Expresso das Ilhas

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Expresso das Ilhas
TypeWeekly
FormatNational
PresidentAntónio Moreiro (as director)
EditorElga Furtado
Founded1991
Headquarters Praia - Achada de Santo António
Av. ONU 21, Cape Verde
Website www.expressodasilhas.sapo.cv

Expresso das Ilhas (Portuguese for "The Islands' Express") is a weekly Cape Verdean newspaper that covers its top stories in the archipelago and local stories from each island. The newspaper is located in the Cape Verdean capital city of Praia and has one of the largest circulations in Cape Verde. The newspaper is published in Portuguese, apart from some occasional articles in Cape Verdean Creole. Its current editor-in-chief is João Augusto do Rosário.' Its daily circulation are around 10,000, it costs 100 per copy as of 2010. The newspaper is also available on the Internet.

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Description

The newspaper is close to the Movement for Democracy (MPD) political party.

The logo of the newspaper features a navy and light blue wave on the left.

The paper is also in circulation outside the country, its daily circulation of the paper is 4,000 in Portugal and 1,000 in Angola. [1]

Sections

Expresso das Ilhas features sports, weather, businesses, entertainment and sports.

History

Together with A Semana , Expresso das Ilhas was founded in 1991. [2] [3] The newspaper celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2001 and recently its 25th anniversary in 2016.

Editors

See also

Notes

  1. Expresso das Ilhas, No. 467, 10 November 2010, outside the country, its daily circulation of the paper is 4,000 in Portugal and 1,000 in Angola
  2. Tchumá Camará, Fátima; Manjate, Mateus; Fonseca, Mário Moisés da; Wilson Lima, Redy; Margoso, Ana; Bussotti, Luca; Barros, Miguel de; Grätz, Tilo (2015). "Media Freedom and Right to Information in Africa". University Institute of Lisbon's International Studies Centre. p. 136. ISBN   9789897325793.Missing or empty |url= (help)
  3. Salgado, Susana (2014). "The Internet and Democracy Building in Lusophone African Countries". Ashgate Publishing. p. 194. ISBN   9781409436560.Missing or empty |url= (help)


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