24sata (Croatia)

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24sata naslovnica.jpg
Cover of the 2 March 2005 issue
Type Daily newspaper
Format Compact
Owner(s) Styria Media Group
Publisher 24sata d.o.o.
Editor Boris Trupčević
Founded 2 March 2005
Language Croatian
Headquarters Oreškovićeva 3d,
Zagreb, Croatia
Circulation 152,000 (2010)[1]
ISSN 1845-3929
Official website www.24sata.hr

24sata ("24 hours") is a Croatian compact published in Zagreb with a circulation of about 150,000 copies.

24sata is the youngest daily newspaper in Croatia. It was launched by Styria Medien AG, an Austrian media group, in March 2005. Its first editor-in-chief, Matija Babić, announced that the new newspaper would target "young, urban and modern" audiences. It is currently sold at a price of 5 kn (about $0.90).

However, the first issue of 24sata seemed to be nothing more than the first Croatian daily tabloid newspaper. However, within 6 months it managed to firmly establish its position as the third daily newspaper in Croatia in terms of circulation (after Večernji list and Jutarnji list). This success was due partly to the attractive price.

After Matija Babić was removed from the post of editor-in-chief on July 5, 2005, Boris Trupčević became the new editor in chief. Before he joined 24 sata he was publisher of Sanoma Magazines in Croatia.

Awards and recognition[edit]

  • In September 2005 24sata was described as "the most innovative daily newspaper concept" by Tyler Brûlé, a noted designer and Financial Times columnist, in his Fast Lane Media Awards column.
  • In November 2005 the successful launch of 24sata was showcased at the World Association of Newspapers conference held in Athens
  • In January 2006 24sata was presented with the Award of Excellence at the seventh European Newspaper Awards in the category for best national newspaper front page design.


  1. ^ "Večernjak u minusu, Jutarnji i 24 sata u plusu". tportal.hr (in Croatian). 2 August 2011. Retrieved 7 June 2012. 

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