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Pandemic causes layoffs at ‘La Nación’ newspaper

The Costa Rican newspaper blamed the economic crisis provoked by the coronavirus pandemic for creating financial struggles. 

Supreme Court: Banco Nacional engaged in “coercion” in La Nación case

Sala IV justices ruled that Banco Nacional actions damaged the right to freedom of expression and citizens’ rights to accurate information.

Grupo Nación begins charging for online content

The daily La Nación and the weekly El Financiero on Tuesday began charging a monthly readership membership of ₡3,000 ($5.50).

Government backpedals on media reform bill amid outcry

Telecommunications authorities found themselves in the baffling position of having to explain how and why provisions that the government said it opposed had made it into its own draft bill.

Costa Rica’s Grupo Nación closes three publications, lays off 100 workers

Al Día, Su Casa, and Ahora – the latter which was launched only four months ago – are getting the ax, along with 100 employees.

Controversial US micro-blog targeting Cuban regime operated clandestinely out of Costa Rica, angering officials

The daily La Nación reported on Tuesday that the U.S. Embassy in San José operated the covert program ZunZuneo behind the Costa Rican government’s back, neglecting to inform the Foreign Ministry and other government officials of the program's true intentions. U.S. Embassy officials say Costa Rica was informed.

Evangelical editorial constituted ‘threat’ to free elections, says Costa Rica’s Supreme Elections Tribunal

The Supreme Elections Tribunal ruled against the Costa Rican Evangelical Alliance Federation last week, finding that a paid editorial leading up to the Feb. 2 election from the religious group restricted Ticos' freedom to vote, according to a press release from the elections authority last Friday, Feb. 28.

La Nación editor-in-chief quits

La Nación Editor-in-Chief Yanancy Noguera announced her resignation Tuesday in the second high profile resignation from the news daily in as many months.

Top investigative editor Giannina Segnini quits La Nación after 20 years

Just months after Costa Rica’s leading daily La Nación fired one of its top investigative reporters, investigative editor and data journalism pioneer Giannina Segnini has resigned over a management dispute just days after the country’s presidential elections. She worked at La Nación for 20 years.

Polling expert: La Nación’s decision to cancel poll sounds illogical

According to a polling analyst in the U.S., the daily La Nación’s canceled UNIMER poll likely would have been the most useful survey for accurately predicting the election – the exact opposite of what the daily told its readers.

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