Here in Brazil we have:
Globo, the generic "centrist"/neoliberal TV news outlet. Used subtle methods of backing a right-wing candidate in the 90s who than ruined the Brazilian economy and (apparently) massively exaggerated the Car Wash operation, even if Lula did something wrong.
Record, which is owned by the largest evangelical Church here and I'd imagine is often a mouthpiece for them.
Cultura, which is the only traditional news outlet here that can actually be called left-leaning, and I don't think they are as ostensibly "moderate" as the American news outlets, which is good.
Band, which is the one all about showing crime all the time mainly to justify law and order policies as opposed to welfare.
From here we have various (mostly but not entirely) right-wing and religious 'news' channels.
Online there are news outlets like Nexo, El País (for Brazil) and the international news outlets which will occasionally cover the big Brazilian news stories, but I don't think most of them are very popular, at least among most people who, for how divided we are, aren't that political, especially if you aren't a Bolsonarist or Leftist.