Grupo Clarín

Argentine media conglomerate

Grupo Clarín S.A. (English: Clarin Group) is the largest media conglomerate in Argentina.

Grupo Clarín S.A.
Company typeSociedad Anónima
IndustryMass media
Founded1 December 1999
Key people
Héctor Magnetto (CEO)
Jorge Rendo (Chairman)
José Antonio Aranda (Vicechairman)
Cable television
Radio broadcasting
Internet service
Number of employees

This group was officially formed in 1999, it includes, among other media, the daily Clarín (the newspaper with the largest circulation in Latin America), the company Artear, which operates and markets the television network El Trece based in Buenos Aires, the news channel Todo Noticias and the cable operator Cablevisión, along with dozens of companies such as publishing houses, radio and television stations, television production companies, Internet providers, telecommunications, graphic printers, traditional mail and outsourcing services.

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Some of the companies that form part of the conglomerate are:

Company / brand Product / service
Clarín Newspaper
Carburando Media dedicated to auto racing
Olé Sports newspaper
Papel Prensa Newsprint manufacturer
Radio Mitre Radio broadcasting
Telecom Argentina (33%)[note 1] Cable television, internet access, mobile telephony
TN News television channel
El Trece Television channel
TyC Sports Sports channel
  1. Grupo Clarín's company Cablevisión and Telecom merged in 2017, with "Cablevisión Holding" (a spin-off from the conglomerate) owning the 33% of the recently formed company.[1]

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