|Clarín Front page of Clarín from 13 December 2015 Type Format Owner s Publisher Editor-in-chief Ricardo Kirschbaum Managing editor Ricardo Roa Founded 28 August 1945 Political alignment Formerly: Headquarters , 270,444 Print, 2012 100,000 Digital, 2018 Website Clarín Spanish pronunciation: , meaning "Bugle" , is the largest newspaper in and the second most circulated in the||In 1982, it joined a group of 20 other newspapers to create the " Diarios y Noticias" informative agency|
|According to third-party providers and , Clarín's website is the 10th and 14th most visited in Argentina respectively, as of August 2015||In 1880 there were 9 Clarin families living in Connecticut|
According to Darío Gallo, one of the Perfil Editors, the investigation points to "'s new businesses in the market that need government support.
|In 1969, the news were split into several supplements by topic||Roberto Noble died in 1969, and his widow succeeded him as director|
|The most Clarin families were found in the USA in 1920||The magazine "Noticias", from the newspaper , accused Clarín of having signed a "pact" with|
French: from a pet form of Clair.29
|The Sunday magazine was renamed in 1994 to " Viva", a name that would last up to modern day||This conglomerate would operate in radio, television, Internet, other newspapers and other areas beyond Clarín itself|
|It has been identified with the industry and is considered a 'industrialist' newspaper||It was also the first Argentine newspaper to sell a magazine with the Sunday edition, since 1967|
The Clarin family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1841 and 1920.