El Diario Vasco
Established on 27 November 1934, and acquired by Grupo Correo in 1948, EL DIARIO VASCO is the oldest newspaper in Guipuzcoa and is a model of modern local journalism. It currently has 253.000 readers (according to the EGM*) and circulation of 55.923 copies (according to the OJD**).
EL DIARIO VASCO is based in San Sebastián, from where it coordinates branches and correspondents across Guipuzcoa and the rest of Euskadi. The newspaper publishes a series of editions: Guipúzcoa-San Sebastián, Alto Deba, Alto Urola, Bajo Deba, Bidasoa-Baztán, Costa-Urola, Buruntzaldea, Oarsoaldea and Tolosa-Goierri.
The multimedia positioning of EL DIARIO VASCO includes a local portal and the DVbus Project. In his digital facet, it possesses 1.107.000 unique users (according to information of ComScore MMX December, 2014).(*) EGM: 3rd mobile survey of 2014
(**) OJD: January-December 2014