Destak

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Type Free daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Founded September 2001
Language Portuguese
Circulation 90,043 daily in 2011[1]
Official website http://www.destak.pt/

Destak is a Portuguese free daily newspaper, which is distributed in Lisbon, Porto and Coimbra, and also other Portuguese cities. It is chiefly offered at rail and subway stations, but also at cafeterias, universities, offices and hospitals. It is also an online newspaper.

It was the first free newspaper in Portugal (excluding some local publications, such as free university student journals), prior to the Portuguese edition of Metro International. It was launched in September 2001 by António Stilwell Zilhão, Francisco Pinto Barbosa and Gonçalo Sousa Uva as a weekly newspaper, and became a daily newspaper in November 2004.

Following the Portuguese success Destak was launched in Brazil in the cities of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.

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