Newspaper Los Cabos News - Information From Cabo
Los Cabos News, the only bilingual newspaper in Cabo San Lucas, San Jose and the Tourist Corridor, officially published its first edition in 1987. Since then, we have registered the growth, the numerous activities and the history of this growth on our pages. We have given information about the latest news and reports. We also have a great number of photos of residents and visitors at different events in our section called Windows where we can observe Los Cabos, their favorite destination.
These 25 years of experience and prestige in the market makes us one of the best advertising investments, peso per peso, in printed newspapers throughout the southern area of the Baja California Peninsula. We are practically the only medium capable of reaching 100% of the population in La Paz and Los Cabos.
Our color tabloid has a distribution that covers the most important cities and points of interest in the southern part of our state: Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo, the Corridor, Todos Santos, La Paz, Los Barriles and nearby populations. Since October 2007, the previous and actual editions have been available free on the Internet.
The journalistic trajectory and prestige of Los Cabos News are widely recognized by our customers and readers. Our newspaper has an attractive and colourful format, a large number of photos, as well as a variety of informative articles, news, events, anecdotes and unusual and interesting sections like: Letters to the Editor, Restaurant Review, Baja Windows, Book Reviews (in Spanish), Today’s Spanish/English Lesson, art and cultural events, economic commentaries, tourist information, wine reviews, news, health information and ecology, among others, enclosed by an attractive and striking front page.
The sections of the newspaper continue to have a high level of acceptance among the populations of La Paz, Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. The positive editorial line and news are also recognized by our English-speaking readers (residents and foreigners) as well as by those who speak Spanish and other tourists from different parts of the world that visit Los Cabos and the south of our beautiful state of Baja California.