Suriname newspapers, news sites, and magazines
De Ware Tijd
De Ware Tijd is one of four daily newspapers in Paramaribo, Suriname. As of 2002, it was the largest-circulation paper in the country, ahead of its rival, De West, and was described as taking a “staunchly independent stance” politically. It is published in the Dutch language, and privately owned.
Radio Apintie & Apintie Televisie Suriname – Radio en TV unit Suriname – Streaming video and LIVE radio from Suriname – Daily headlines, news, and more!
Times of Suriname
Times of Suriname is a national newspaper in Suriname. The paper is published daily in a broadsheet format with a reported circulation of 35,000-40,000.
Dagblad Suriname (Facebook page)
Dagblad Suriname is one of the leading daily Surinamese newspapers. It is published in the Dutch language in Paramaribo.
Algemene Televisie Verzorging (ATV)
Algemene Televisie Verzorging is a television station in Suriname. It was founded in 1983 and was the second television station in Suriname. It is operated by the state’s Telecommunication Company Telesur. In August 2014 ATV made work of it to switch from analog to digital tv. The network uses the ATSC standard.
Suriname View is een Surinaams internet magazine. We ontwikkelen een online plek waar een ieder informatie over Suriname kan vinden.
BBC News – Country profile: Suriname
BBC News is an operational business division of the British Broadcasting Corporation responsible for the gathering and broadcasting of news and current affairs.
Surinaamse Televisie Stichting (STVS)
STVS is a television network in Suriname and was founded in 1965 by Prime Minister Johan Adolf Pengel. It broadcasts in the Dutch language and it is owned by the government. It is headquartered in Paramaribo, Suriname. The picture format of the STVS television network is 480i.