- Telediario is a flagship television newscast, produced by the Spanish public service broadcaster Televisión Española
- It is the longest running program in the history of television in Spain as it has been broadcast daily since 1957
- Three Telediario editions a day are broadcast domestically on La 1 and 24 Horas and internationally on TVE Internacional
- Special international editions of Telediario are also aired on TVE Internacional every day
- The term Telediario in Spain has become synonymous with television news, with people saying 'put on the Telediario' when simply referring to news
- "Le quedan dos telediarios" (he's got two news programmes left) is a common colloquial Spanish expression to suggest someone's days are numbered, either literally (about to die) or metaphorically (about to be removed from a position of responsibility)
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