List of newspapers in Croatia
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List of publications
- National dailies
- 24sata (est. 2005, based in Zagreb; number one tabloid in the country in terms of circulation) 24sata.hr
- Jutarnji list (est. 1998, based in Zagreb) jutarnji.hr
- Novi list (est. 1900, based in Rijeka; the oldest Croatian newspaper still in existence) novilist.hr
- Slobodna Dalmacija (est. 1943, based in Split) slobodnadalmacija.hr
- Večernji list (est. 1959, based in Zagreb) vecernji.hr
- Specialized dailies
- Business.hr (est. 2005, business and financial daily) business.hr
- Poslovni dnevnik (est. 2004, business and financial daily) poslovni.hr
- Sportske novosti (est. 1945, based in Zagreb; sports daily) sportske.jutarnji.hr
- Regional dailies
- Glas Istre (Based in Pula; covers Istria region) glasistre.hr
- Glas Slavonije (Based in Osijek; covers Slavonia) glas-slavonije.hr
- Dubrovački vjesnik (Based in Dubrovnik, covers the city and south Dalmatia) dubrovacki.hr
- Zadarski list (Based in Zadar, covers Zadar County) zadarskilist.hr
- Official gazette
- Publications in other languages
Historical and defunct
- 18th century
- Ephemerides Zagrabienses - The first newspapers ever published in Croatia, in 1771. Published as a weekly in Zagreb by Antun Jandera, there are no surviving copies in existence.
- Agramer Deutsche Zeitung - Published in 1786 by J. T. Trattner. Based in Zagreb and published in German. No surviving copies have been found.
- Kroatischer Korrespondent - Established in 1789 and printed in German, the third newspapers published in Croatia and the oldest newspapers with a surviving copy.
- 19th century
- Il Regio Dalmata – Kraglski Dalmatin - Bilingual newspaper (in Italian and Croatian); first edition published in Zadar on 12 July 1806. The first newspaper printed in Croatian.
- Narodni list - Established in 1862 - the oldest living newspaper in Croatia. The first issue of Narodni list was published on March 1st 1862, as a Croatian-language part of the Italian-language newspaper Il Nazionale.
- Novine Horvatske - Established in 1835 by Ljudevit Gaj and printed in Croatian. In 1836 the paper switched from Kajkavian to Shtokavian dialect and were renamed Ilirske narodne novine. Played an important role in the Illyrian movement.
- Crvena Hrvatska - In existence from 1890 to 1899, published by the Croatian Party of Rights in Dalmatia
- Digitised Croatian Historical Newspapers
- 20th century
- Feral Tribune – Started out as a political satire supplement in Slobodna Dalmacija daily in 1984, later evolved into an independent political weekly from 1993 onwards. Folded in 2008.
- Republika – Daily newspaper launched in late 2000 by media entrepreneur Ivo Pukanić, intended to compete with Europapress Holding's flagship daily Jutarnji list. Folded after six months in May 2001.
- Slobodni tjednik – Published 1990–1993, first Croatian tabloid daily.
- Vjesnik – Published 1940–2012, major government-owned daily.
- Sportplus – Published from December 2009 to March 2011, sports daily intended to compete with Sportske novosti. After 2011 merged back as a sports supplement into Novi list daily