Moldova Newspapers and News Sites
Timpul de dimineață or, in short, Timpul, is a Moldovan newspaper founded in 2001 by Constantin Tănase.
Expresul de Ungheni is a newspaper from Ungheni, the Republic of Moldova, founded by Lucia Bacalu.
Covering art, culture, politics, health, sports, music, hobbies, and more.
Jurnal de Chişinău is a Moldovan newspaper founded in 1999.
The newspaper based in Rezina, Moldova. Cuvântul was a daily newspaper, published by philosopher Nae Ionescu in Bucharest, Romania, from 1926 to 1934, and again in 1938. It was primarily noted for progressively adopting a far-right and fascist agenda, and for support, during the 1930s, the revolutionary fascist Iron Guard.
Unghiul is a newspaper from Ungheni, the Republic of Moldova, founded by Nicolae Sanduleac.
Ziarul de Garda is a national publication in the Republic of Moldova. This is a newspaper in the Romanian language that appeared in 2004 and is printed electronically and as a print publication.
Jurnal.md (news portal)
Jurnal TV represents a general TV channel from the Republic of Moldova, launched in 2009 on the Internet and in 2010 in ether, which transmits in Romanian and partially in Russian. Initially, it was created to be the first news television of the Republic of Moldova.
Komsomolskaya Pravda is a daily Russian tabloid newspaper, founded on 13 March 1925.
Moldavskie Vedomosti is a newspaper from Chişinău, the Republic of Moldova, founded by Dumitru Ciubaşenco in 1995.
Moldova Suverană is a Romanian language official newspaper of the Moldovan government which is published daily in Chișinău. It had a circulation of 100,000 copies per day in 1994. It was founded in the Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic capital of Balta in 1924, under the name Plugarul Roșu.
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Pro TV Chișinău is a private, generalist TV channel from Moldova. It was founded in 1999. It is operated by Prodigital SRL, part of CME trust. Besides some PRO TV Bucharest’s programs, Pro TV Chișinău broadcasts local newscasts and shows, as well as local advertising.
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Unimedia is a Moldovan news site. It was founded in 2007 by Tudor Darie, Dumitru Ciorici, Vasile Galușca and Sergiu Gălușca. As of March 2013, they claim to have 120,500 daily visits and 500,000 daily page views. Radio Free Europe has described it as “a largely pro-opposition media outlet.
Radio România Actualităţi is the first radio channel in Romania, both in coverage, number of listeners, and timeline. It is owned by the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Company.
Adevărul is a Romanian daily newspaper, based in Bucharest. Founded in Iași, in 1871, and reestablished in 1888, in Bucharest, it was the main left-wing press venue to be published during the Romanian
Moldova Azi is a regional online newspaper of Moldova. The paper is a project of the Independent Journalism Center in Chişinău.
Limba Română (magazine)
Limba Română is a magazine from the Republic of Moldova founded in 1991 by Ion Dumeniuc.
Contrafort is a magazine based in Chişinău, Moldova. It was launched in October 1994. Contrafort promotes a modern critical spirit while focusing on the contemporary literature and culture of the Republic of Moldova.