List of Serbian Newspapers – Latest Serbia News Online

Serbian newspapers and news sites

Danas

Danas, is an independent daily newspaper of record published in Belgrade, Serbia. It is a left-oriented media, promoting social-democracy and European integrations. It is a vocal media supporter of Serbian NGO activities towards human rights and minority protection.

Politika

Politika is a Serbian daily newspaper, published in Belgrade. Founded in 1904 by Vladislav F. Ribnikar, it is the oldest daily newspaper still in circulation in the Balkans and is considered to be Serbia’s newspaper of record.

Večernje novosti (Вечерње новости)

Večernje novosti is a Serbian daily tabloid newspaper. Founded in 1953, it quickly grew into a high-circulation daily. Novosti also employs foreign correspondents spread around 23 national capitals around the globe. The principal Yugoslav-level media companies were Borba and Tanjug.

Alo!

Sports News. from. AOL Sports, Yahoo Sports. Serbian tabloid format newspaper was founded in 2007 by Swiss media company Ringier AG. The newspaper featuring the latest news on politics, sports (football, tennis, basketball, volleyball, etc.), health, and more.

Blic

Blic is a daily middle-market tabloid newspaper in Serbia. Founded in 1996, Blic is owned by Ringier Axel Springer Media AG, a joint venture between Ringier media corporation from Switzerland and Axel Springer AG from Germany.

Glas javnosti

Glas javnosti was a daily newspaper published in Belgrade. After publishing a newspaper from April 1998 until January 2010, the people behind the project have since then run a news portal under the same name.

Kurir

Kurir is a daily tabloid newspaper published in Belgrade, Serbia.

Pravda

Pravda is a Russian broadsheet newspaper, formerly the official newspaper of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, when it was one of the most influential papers in the country with a circulation of 11 million.

Press

Belgrade based daily newspaper. Information about Serbia.

24 online

Daily newspaper published in Belgrade distributed free-of-charge.

Dnevnik

Serbian language daily newspaper covering politics, economy, agriculture, society, education, and more.

Beograd

Serbian newspapers for news and information on sports, travel, jobs, health, education, and business.

Studio B

News & Media Website

Sportski žurnal

Sportski žurnal is a Serbian sports daily newspaper. About half of the pages are devoted to football, whereas the rest deals with athletics, auto racing, basketball, boxing, cycling, judo, karate, handball, tennis, shooting, skiing, swimming, volleyball, water polo, wrestling, and other Olympic and non-Olympic sports.

B92.net

RTV B92, or simply B92, is a Serbian news station and television and radio broadcaster with national coverage headquartered in Belgrade, Serbia.

‎Telegraf

The Daily Telegraph, known online and elsewhere as The Telegraph, is a national British daily broadsheet newspaper published in London by Telegraph Media Group and distributed across the United Kingdom and internationally. It was founded by Arthur B. Sleigh in 1855 as Daily Telegraph & Courier.

RTS

Radio Television of Serbia is Serbia’s public broadcaster. It broadcasts and produces news, drama, and sports programming through radio, television and the Internet. RTS is a member of the European Broadcasting Union.

Mondo

Mondo is an American company known for releasing limited edition screen printed posters for films, television shows, and comics, as well as vinyl movie soundtracks, clothing and apparel, toys, and re-issues of VHS releases.

Naslovi‎

News & Media Website

Krstarica‎

Krstarica is one of the most visited web portals in Serbia. It was founded in March 1999. Includes search engine, forum, online chat, up-to-date daily news from Serbia, directory of the local sites grouped by the topics and variety of content. Krstarica has 1.6 million visitors per month.

Mozzart Sport

Mozzart Sport, the fastest growing site in Kenya! Latest sports news and betting tips.

Sportske Net

Sportske novosti is a Croatian daily sports newspaper based in Zagreb. It was established on 9 August 1945 as Ilustrirane fiskulturne novine weekly newspaper. Several months later, on 10 December 1945, its name got changed to Narodni sport.

Noizz

Daily news industry headlines

Vesti

Vesty was an Israeli Russian-language daily newspaper. Based in Tel Aviv, the paper was Israel’s most widely read Russian-language paper and the last remaining daily paper in Russian. The paper was started in 1992 by Yedioth Ahronoth Group, which remains its owner. It was very widely read in the 1990s.

E Kapija

a leading business web portal in Serbia and Bosnia

‎Juzne vesti

Pescanik

Pescanik is an independent production house producing a radio program

Tanjug

Tanjug is a Serbian state news agency based in Belgrade.

‎Njuz

Serbian News Portal

Vesti.rs

Serbian News Portal

‎Vreme

Vreme is a weekly news magazine based in Belgrade, Serbia.

vestinet.rs‎

Serbian Newspaper

Novistandard‎

Serbian Newspaper

Istinomer

Serbian Newspaper

‎Ozon Press

Serbian Newspaper

Ekspres Politika

Politika Ekspres was a Serbian daily newspaper, published in Belgrade by Politika AD from 1963 until 2005. Known colloquially as Ekspres and started in 1963 as an evening paper meant to compete with Večernje Novosti, it arrived on the market as the fourth Belgrade daily.

Cacanski glas

Latest Serbian Newspaper

Suboticke Novine

Latest Serbian Newspaper

Aktuelno.net

Serbian News Portal

Kragujevacke

The Kragujevac Social Press or Kragujevac Social Printing Works or Associated Printing Press

Glas Podrinja

Latest Serbian Newspaper

Hlas L’udu

The Movement for Democracy was a political party in Slovakia created in 2002 when it split from the Movement for a Democratic Slovakia. From 2002 to 2004 the first leader of the party was Ivan Gašparovič, the former president of Slovakia. The leader since 2004 is Jozef Grapa.

informer

Informer is a pro-government daily tabloid newspaper published in Belgrade, Serbia. As of 2016, it is allegedly the highest-circulation daily in Serbia, with over 100,000 copies sold every day. The newspaper deals with various topics including politics, regional and world news, popular culture, health, and sports.

Borba

Borba was a Serbian newspaper, formerly the official gazette of the Yugoslav Communist Party. Its name is the Serbian word for ‘struggle’ or ‘combat’.

Svet Plus‎

SVET Media Group is the oldest publishing and advertising company

‎013 Info

Time.rs

Pecat

‎Zajecar Online

‎Presheva

Preševo is a town and municipality located in the Pčinja District of southern Serbia. It is the southernmost town in Serbia and the largest in the geographical region of Preševo Valley. Preševo is the cultural center of Albanians in Serbia.

‎JUG Press

Ruske Slovo

‎Het Nap

Het NAP staat sinds 1891 voor Normaal Amsterdams Peil. Het is ontstaan uit het Amsterdams Peil (AP), een van de vele lokale en regionale peilen die Nederland

VA Media

‎Patak Online

Loznicke Novosti

Uzicka Nedelja‎

Presheva Jone

Rec Naroda

‎Krusevac Grad

Pancevac

nline newspaper from Pancevo, Serbia.

‎Loznica Info

Becejski Mozaik

Kikindske Novine

Bunjevacke Novine

Bunjevačke novine ePaper. Bunjevačke novine Serbian ePaper published from Subotica, Serbia.

Belgrade Insight‎

Belgrade Insight covered political and economic developments in Serbia, but also told stories about people, businesses and events

Nase Novine

Naše novine was a bi-monthly magazine from Subotica in Bačka. The magazine was being published during the Austro-Hungarian administration, from 1907 to 1918. Naše novine was the official organ of Land’s Christian Socialist Party. The magazine dealt with political, economical and social topics.

sremportal.info

Srem Portal is an internet medium of informative type, with news primarily from the area of local communities from the area of Srem and Serbia.

Hrvatska riječ

Hrvatska riječ is a Croatian language weekly newspaper in Serbia. It is currently published in Subotica.

Magyar Szó

Magyar Szó is a Hungarian-language daily newspaper in Vojvodina, Serbia. It was founded in 1944, with the purpose of serving as the information source for the Hungarian minority of Vojvodina. It is published in Novi Sad.

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