The Venezuelan government controls the electronic media, so there’s no sense looking for information from broadcast sources. When I checked the front page of TV network Venevision, it appears that the most pressing news story facing Venezuelans is the fact that Christina Aguilera is expecting a child.
The print media still has some freedom, although the government has managed to deal with that problem largely by restricting the import of newsprint. Many newspapers have suspended their print edition, and even the largest ones have severely reduced the size of their editions. But still, there is some information coming out through traditional journalism. El Universal has a regularly updated section in English.
The internet has been shut down in some areas, but the best source of information appears to be blogs. The following English-language blogs will let you know what’s going on in Venezuela: