|Owner(s)||Corporación Voz de Galicia|
|Founder(s)||Juan Fernández Latorre|
|Editor-in-chief||Xosé Luís Vilela Conde|
|Editor||Santiago Rey Fernández-Latorre|
|Founded||4 January 1882|
|Political alignment||Current: Conservatism|
Originally (before 1936): Republicanism
|Headquarters||A Coruña, Galicia|
|Website||La Voz de Galicia|
La Voz de Galicia (English: The Voice of Galicia) is a Spanish daily newspaper. La Voz is highest circulation newspaper in Galicia and the eighth-highest circulation general-interest daily newspaper in Spain. Most of it is written in Spanish with Galician used in the cultural and opinion sections.
The newspaper was founded in 1882 by Juan Fernández Latorre. It is is published in A Coruña, Galicia.
The paper has a digital version available in Spanish and Galician. The Galician version is an automatic translation. The original articles are written in Spanish.
References[change | change source]
- Seth Lewis (15 March 2006). "Delivering the News in Two Languages". Nieman Reports. Retrieved 7 June 2015.