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Costa Rica is a country in Central America, located in the north of Nicaragua, northeast of the Caribbean Sea, southeast of Panama, southwest of the Pacific Ocean. The populations of Costa Rica is estimated at around 5 million, in a land area of 51,060 square kilometers. The capital of Costa Rica is San José.

The first newspaper of Costa Rica was La Nación. It is the oldest newspaper in Costa Rica, San José, and it was a general purpose newspaper which was founded in 1946. The newspaper used to publish daily all year long but except three Costa Rican holidays, and those are Good Friday and the following Saturday, and the day after the New Year’s Day. Costa Rica has various kinds of newspapers, and they publish almost all types of news, and most of the newspapers are printed in the Spanish language. The updated list of newspapers in Costa rice include La Nación, Diario Extra, La Presna Libre, The Tico Times, Al Día, The Costa Rica news, Teletica, Monumental, Repretel, La Voz de Guanacaste, La Republica, A.M. Costa Rica, Capital Financiero and many more. The magazines of Costa Rica include EKA, Revista Summa, Costa Rica Traveler, etc.

Besides, there are some internet-based news media outlets are working as well. They provide with the latest news and information to the visitors. Some of the local best known internet-based media outlets are EI Mundo, A Diario CR, Delfino, Costarican Times, Costa Rica Star, Costa Rica news, Today Costa Rica, No Ticiero, La Presna Libre, Informa Tico, EI Guardian, BS Noticias, AM Costa Rica, AM Presna, Noticias al Instante Costa Rica, and many more.

The first television station in Costa Rica is Teletica Canal 7. It was first introduced on May 16, 1960. The most popular television stations in Costa Rica include SINART – Teletica Canal 7, Canal 13, Extra TV 42, Repretel, Canal 15 UCR, TV Sur Canal 14, Cristo Visión (Canal 31), TBN Enlace, FCN TV, Conexión TV Canal 2, etc.

Streaming radio stations are the easiest way to listen to your favorite music. Almost every nation in the world has many radio stations so as well as Costa Rica. There is no correct information about the first radio station in Costa Rica, but there are many popular radio station. The most popular radio station in Costa Rica includes Radio Columbia, Faro Del Caribe 1080, Radio Universidad Clásica, Radio 107.5, Life FM 89.5, Radio Hit, Beatz106, Radio 870 UCR, Radio Monumental, Radio Puntarenas, Radio Colosal, Zoom Radio, Radio 107.5 Real Rock, etc.

Costa Rica is a quite improved country, so it is a very internet accessed country. It is also one of the most wired countries in the world. The internet is widely used in Costa Rica. The internet users in Costa Rica is around 3,217,277. They can access the internet at home or anywhere they want via any devices. The internet speed in Costa Rica is slow, and the average speed is of 3.9 Mbps while the average global speed is of 7Mbps. But the internet is widely available at a very affordable price. If you want to surf the web or check emails, want to know any information or communicate with people, there are plenty of options in Costa Rica. There are paid internet connection. Some of the prominent internet service providers in Costa Rica include Ufinet Costa Rica, American Data Networks, R&H Telecom, Vocex, Café Internet El Balcón, Internet 7.5Mbps (by Tigo Costa Rica), Internet 5Mbps (by Tigo Costa Rica), and many more.

Costa Rica is a quite improved country in Central America. In Costa Rica, telecommunication contains newspapers, online news media, magazines, television, radio, and internet. We can now clearly understand that Costa Rica is almost developed in telecom. We can hope that the telecommunication of the country will be more easy to use in the future and everyone will have its advantages. One day, Costa Rica will also become one of the most advanced states of the world.

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