Aruba Today and Bon Dia mentioned as reliable Aruba news

CaribMedia is a web development, software development and internet marketing company, with a solid reputation based on professionalism and quality since 1997. In their blog that informs our visitors about the what’s and where’s on the island they mention Aruba Today and Bon Dia Aruba as reliable news media.

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Do you have your favorite picks of go-to sources when it comes to catching up on Aruba news?

Things were much simpler in the past, you know…when people would find out about newsworthy stories via the daily printed newspapers, select-few radio programs, or the iconic island way: word-of-mouth. Now, in the digital age, with all of this information being easily shared online, it can seem a little hard to determine what’s credible news, versus stories shared just to boost ratings and make some extra cash.

With that being said, the following is a lineup (in no particular order) of sources for reliable Aruba news, according to some of the CaribMedia teammates:

Amigoe Aruba

Media type: Print (Newspaper) & Digital *Please note, digital is only accessible with a subscription

Where to catch their news updates: Pick up a copy of their newspaper at major super markets, subscribe to get home deliveries, or check them out online via Amigoe.com

Time to get the latest scoop: 6 days out of the week, Monday to Saturday

Aruba Today

Media type: FREE Print (Newspaper) & Digital, only English newspaper on the island

Where to catch their news updates: Pick up a copy of their newspaper at resorts, condominiums, restaurants, major super markets, or check them out online via Arubatoday.com

Time to get the latest scoop: Daily for print, and check their website regularly for the latest updates

Bon Dia Aruba

Media type: Print (Newspaper) & Digital

Where to catch their news updates: Pick up a copy of their newspaper at major super markets, or check them out online via Bondia.com

Time to get the latest scoop: Daily for print, and check their website regularly for the latest updates

NoticiaCla

Media type: Digital

Where to catch their news updates: Noticiacla.com

Time to get the latest scoop: Check their website regularly for the latest updates

Telearuba

Media type: Television

Where to catch their news updates: Channels 13, 23 and 313 (for HD viewing)

Time to get the latest scoop: Catch Telearuba’s news program, Telenoticia, weekdays starting at 8.00PM

VisitAruba News

VisitAruba.com

Media type: Digital

Where to catch their news updates: VisitAruba News portal or VisitAruba.com’s Aruba News page

Time to get the latest scoop: Check in regularly on the VisitAruba News webpages for the latest updates, or sign up for the VisitAruba Newsletter for your monthly dose of Aruba news and info

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