Newspapers Main newspapers include Diário de Noticias,Público, Jornal de Noticias and the tabloid best-seller Correio da Manhã. English-language newspapers include the long-running daily, the Portugal News (www.theportugalnews.com), and the weekly Algarve Resident (www.algarveresident.com).
Radio Portugal’s national radio stations include state-owned Rádiodifusão Portuguesa (RDP), which runs the stations Antena 1, 2 and 3 and plays Portuguese broadcasts and evening music (Lisbon frequencies are 95.7, 94.4 and 100.3). For English-language radio there is the BBC World Service (Lisbon 90.2) and Voice of America (VOA), or a few Algarve-based stations, such as Kiss (95.8 and 101.2).
Television TV channels in Portugal include Rádio Televisão Portuguesa (RTP-1 and RTP-2), Sociedade Independente (SIC) and TV Independente (TV1), with RTP-2 providing the best selection of foreign films and world-news coverage. Other stations fill the airwaves with a mix of Portuguese and Brazilian soaps, game shows and dubbed or subtitled foreign films.
Video system Portugal uses the PAL video system, incompatible with both the French SECAM system and the North American NTSC system.