The Spanish phrase "las noticias de Mexico" translates to "Mexico news" in English. The major television broadcast news services in Mexico are Televisa and TV Azteca, the major radio news channel is Radio Formula, and the major newspaper is El Universal.
Along with being the most widely circulated newspaper in Mexico, El Universal was the first to launch an online edition in 2001. More than 300 daily newspapers circulate in Mexico.
The news in Mexico was largely controlled by the government through the 1980s, and for more than 60 years after the 1910 Mexico Revolution, bribing of journalists and government-sponsored propaganda stores was normal. El Universal was one of the first news outlets to fight against the government control of news.