Lithuanian Newspapers and News Sites
Lietuvos rytas is a Lithuanian daily newspaper.
Respublika is a Lithuanian newspaper, published on September 16, 1989. Since January 7, 1991, it has published a Russian language edition. In 1993 one of the founders, deputy editor in chief, and investigative journalist Vitas Lingys was shot to death in Vilnius after several death threats.
Verslo žinios is a leading Lithuanian business daily newspaper published in Vilnius since 1995. Swedish Bonnier Business Press group holds a 73% stake in Verslo žinios.
Vilniaus diena is the Lithuanian language newspaper printed in Lithuania’s capital city Vilnius and attributed for the city.
15min (Lithuanian: Penkiolika minučių) is one of the largest news websites in Lithuania and is owned by Estonian media company Postimees Grupp.
Kurier Wileński is the main Polish-language newspaper in Lithuania. Printed in Vilnius, it is the only Polish-language daily newspaper published east of Poland.
Kauno diena is a Lithuanian daily newspaper, printed in Kaunas.
Leading regional newspaper published in Klaipėda, the newspaper also distributed in Klaipėda, Gargždai, Skuodas, Mažeikiai, Palanga, Kretinga, Plungė, Telšiai and Vilnius.
Voruta is a Lithuanian weekly historical newspaper, founded in 1989 by Juozas Vercinkevičius. Preparations for publishing Voruta started in 1988 and the first trial issue was published in 1989.
ELTA Systems Ltd is an Israeli provider of defense products and services specializing in radar, ELINT, COMINT, C⁴ISTAR, Electronic Warfare, Communication, Autonomous Ground Systems and Cyber products.
Lietuvos žinios was a daily newspaper in Lithuania. Established in Vilnius in 1909, it was a liberal newspaper representing the Lithuanian Democratic Party. Even though its publication was interrupted by World War I and Soviet occupation of Lithuania, Lietuvos žinios billed itself as the oldest newspaper in Lithuania.
The Baltic News Service is the largest news agency operating in the Baltic states. Founded in April 1990, by a group of students, it sought to inform foreign correspondents in Moscow of developments in the Baltic states’ struggles for independence from the Soviet Union.
Bernardinai.lt is a Lithuanian online newspaper. It was launched on February 21, 2004, and is run by the Vilnius Franciscan community. It was founded as an alternative to major Lithuanian media, with a goal to provide objective information.
Popular newspaper in Russian in Lithuania Lithuanian news in Russian – portal of the newspaper Lithuanian Courier.
Veidas was a weekly news magazine published in Lithuania from 1992 to 2017. It focused on world news, politics and business.
Delfi is a major internet portal in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania providing daily news, ranging from gardening to politics. It ranks as one of the most popular websites among Baltic users. Delfi operates in the respective Baltic countries under the domain names delfi.ee, delfi.lv, and delfi.lt.