Milan Sime Martinić
23 May 2022
23 May 2022
English News Outlets in Brazil
Folha De S.Paulo
Folha De S.Paulo is the biggest newspaper in Brazil and also provides news online in Spanish and English. Access to the English version is free of charge.
The Rio Times
The Rio Times is the biggest English-language newspaper in all Latin America and since 2017 it is being published exclusively online. Covering beyond local and national events, it also provides news and information about Latin America.
Access to the online The Rio Times is subscription-based with 3 available levels: Silver, Gold and Platinum.
The Brazilian Report
The Brazilian Report was founded in 2017 by Gustavo Ribeiro is also only available online. It is subscription-based and offers a 7-day free trail period. After that one can choose between LITE, STANDART and PREMIUM Subscriptions.
Empresa Brasil de Comunicação (EBC) was founded in 2007 and is a Brazilian national broadcasting cooperation that owns TV and radio stations as well as news agencies all around Brazil.
Agência Brasil is their online news portal, and it is free of charge.
Brasilia 4 Dummies Magazine
B4D Magazine serves as the flagship news source for the expat and diplomatic communities in Brasilia.
Highlighting outstanding members of the community with in-depth profiles and reports on members of the community and the diplomatic corps, the magazine features international events, reviews of on-the-go eateries and fine restaurants, exhibits, art, theater, opera, galas, and a wide range of other cultural offerings as well as analysis focusing on how economic and political matters affect expat lives in Brazil.
Published by the Brasilia Hash House Harriers, B4D Magazine is an editorial adjunct to brasilia4dummies.com, the city's largest and most complete directory and guide; together, the free services provide a wealth of internationally related resources valuable to anyone in the area.
B4D Magazine is a free of charge service.
Beside these English news information sources here in Brazil, you can also just use the translation options on any other local newspaper. And most of them are free of charge to read.