El Diario Vasco
Celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2009 by looking to the future. Established on 27 November 1934, EL DIARIO VASCO is the oldest newspaper in Guipuzcoa and a model of modern journalism with a strong history. It was acquired by Grupo Correo in 1948, and currently has share of readership and circulation of 82 percent and 77 percent respectively, according to the EGM* and the OJD**. This means that it is the absolute leader in its region, and the leading regional newspaper in Europe in terms of penetration.
EL DIARIO VASCO has its headquarters in San Sebastián, where it coordinates the various offices and correspondents it has across the territory of Guipuzcoa and the rest of the Basque Country. In total, nine editions of the newspaper are published: Gipuzkoa-San Sebastián, Alto Deba, Alto Urola, Bajo Deba, Bidasoa-Baztán, Buruntzaldea, Costa-Urola, Oarsoaldea and Tolosa-Goierri. EL DIARIO VASCO completes its multimedia positioning with a local portal, the television channel La 10, a radio station, and the DVbus project.(*) According to information from the third survey Estudio General de Medios -EGM- of 2009.
(**) According to data from the Oficina de Justificación de la Difusión -OJD- of 2009.