Newspapers: There are over 650 daily papers in Brazil. Here are some of the most popular titles:
UT Lanic - Collection of Latin American news resources by region.
Top circulating newspapers in Brazil - compiled by the Associação Nacional de Jornais
Notícias Lusófonas - Online news source that covers various Lusophone countries from Brazil to East Timor.
Brazzil - English-language newspaper and website focused on Brazilian culture and current events.
Editora Abril Revistas - Major Brazilian publisher with over 40 magazine titles and a wide array of themes, from women's magazines to architecture to history. Links to online content where available.
LANIC Magazines - A short annotated list of Brazilian magazines.
Resources for digitized newspaper collections that are freely available online. See also the digital collections listed on the Cultural Heritage Institutions page.
Jornal do Brasil - Full text access to issues from the 1930s through the 1990s. Digitized and hosted by Google.
Newspapers of the Afro-Brazilian Social Movement - From the digital state public archives of São Paolo.
19th Century Periodicals - Short history of periodicals in Brazil during the 19th century, with links to holdings in the National Library's digital library.
Digitized Periodicals - Browse by title in this large list of digitized periodicals found from all over the internet.