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MinutoUno.com

Minuto Uno became one of the most visited news portals in the country as the digital face of Grupo Indalo’s media, which includes radio stations, newspapers and TV channel C5N. Minuto Uno was born in 2006 as a project thought by journalist Samuel “Chiche” Gelblung, who left the project three years after its creation, and financed by businessman Carlos Miguens. In 2011 Minuto Uno was purchased by Grupo Indalo.

It is a free current affairs news portal with a focus on tabloid and breaking news.

Grupo Indalo’s crisis (caused by the arrest of its main shareholders) impacted on the portal’s workers, who received their salaries in installments and saw how the site’s editorial team was significantly reduced as authorities changed.

The site’s number of visitors also fell last year. Yet, it still ranks among the ten most visited news websites in Argentina, with 0.15% of digital audience according to SimilarWeb (October 2018).

 

Key facts

Ownership Type

Private

Geographic Coverage

International

Content Type

Free content

Data Publicly Available

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Media Companies / Groups

Grupo Indalo

Ownership

Ownership Structure

Minuto Uno belongs to Desarrollos Electrónicos Informáticos, owned by Grupo Indalo.

Individual Owner

Media Companies / Groups
Facts

General Information

Founding Year

2006

Affiliated Interests Founder

Samuel “Chiche” Gelblung and Carlos Miguens Bemberg

Gelblung is a renowned journalist that hosted several TV and radio shows. He has a lurid profile and advocates for strong-armed politics. With regard to print media, he was Editor-In-Chief of magazine Gente during the last military dictatorship. Over that period of time, he criticized the human right violation claims against the Armed Forces.
Miguens is one of the wealthiest people in Argentina, according to magazine Forbes. He is the heir of the Bemberg family, former owners of beer company Quilmes, where he worked as CEO. After the sale of Minuto Uno, Miguens invested mainly in the energy sector. In 2011 Minuto Uno was purchased by Grupo Indalo.

Affiliated Interests Ceo

Fabián De Sousa

He was Grupo Indalo’s Media Manager until his arrest in late 2017 accuused of avoiding a payment of AR $ 8 billion to the Argentinian state for tax evasion though his gas stations called Oil Combustibles. He was replaced by accountant Héctor González in late 2018.

Affiliated Interests Editor-In-Chief

Darío Gannio

News portal’s Editor-In-Chief. Young economist and journalist. He hosts shows in Radio 10 and C5N.

Contact

Avenida Córdoba 657, city of Buenos Aires

Financial Information

Revenue (in Mill. $)

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Operating Profit (in Mill. $)

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Advertising (in % of total funding)

USD39,368 / $1,105,850 (2018 official advertising – Argentinian Government) USD1,534,097 / $25,420,000 (2017 private advertising)

Market Share

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Further Information

Meta Data

Market share audience was obtained from SimilarWeb in October 2018.
Official advertising was provided by the Argentinian Government in 2018.
Private advertising was estimated based on an annual report published by agency AdCuality (2017).

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