Quico says: There are lots of blogs and websites that bring together news content about Venezuela, but today I want to point you to my favorite: Venezuela Real.
I don’t actually know who edits it, but I love it: they have a great eye out for the best journalism in and about Venezuela, eye-opening stories that too often fall through the cracks. Unlike Noticiero Digital and most such sites, the focus is on news rather than comment – though they also include some particularly good opinion pieces.
Mostly what they do is pick out a story and post a few paragraphs and a link. The design is admirably minimalist – no graphics, no BS – which is great if you have a slow net connection. The point is that you get to read all the little gems stuck away in the inside pages of the papers that you would probably miss otherwise.
If you only have a few minutes a day to catch up on Venezuela news, and you can read Spanish, do yourself a favor and bookmark Venezuela Real.
(Also, don’t miss Weil’s all new, super-snazzy website…the guy is a genius.)
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