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Confidencial

From their website:

The print edition of Confidential magazine circulates in Nicaragua since July 1996 as a means of information and analysis among a select group of thousand subscribers characterized as decision makers in government, diplomatic, private sector and civil society.

Confidential has a circulation of 1,000 copies weekly and 600 subscribers, including major decision-makers in the country: businessmen and executives, professionals, government leaders and political leaders, diplomats and representatives of international organizations, intellectuals, journalists, NGO leaders, leaders of opinion. Sunday is distributed in residential homes and offices Monday.

Confidential Digital ( www.confidencial.com.ni ) was relaunched to the public on March 1, 2010, as an interactive digital newspaper. It has a monthly traffic of 250,000 visitors and a cumulative total of 5,000,000 unique visitors, Google Analytics certified.

According to the national survey conducted by the firm Media Guru (February 2015) Confidential ranks No. 3 in the ranking of digital media in Nicaragua

54% of our audience comes from Nicaragua, up 14% from the US, and the remaining 32% comes from twenty countries: Mexico 4% Spain 3%, Costa Rica 3% Venezuela 3%, Guatemala 2%, Chile 2 %, among others.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Environment

12.05.14

The Great Lake in Danger

Wilfredo Miranda Aburto & Carlos Herrera from Confidencial
Southwest of the Maderas volcano, where the Rivas coast is a line fading into the distance, Lake Cocibolca’s inmensity is on prominent display: breezes softly comb stretches of water that are seemingly endless. Sonar has marked this as the deepest...

Environment

12.05.14

A Catastrophe for Nicaragua’s Great Lake

Carlos F. Chamorro from Confidencial
Eighty years old, with more than a dozen books on national geography and natural resources to his name, he is the most authoritative voice in the country on environmental issues. Jaime Incer Barquero, former Minister of the Environment and Natural...