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Free press or Free Press may refer to:
- Freedom of the press, legal protections for public communications media
- Free Press (organization), a USA media advocacy organization founded by professor Robert W. McChesney and journalist John Nichols
- Free Press (publisher), an imprint of Simon & Schuster publishing
- The House of the Free Press (Casa Presei Libere), a building in Bucharest, Romania
- The Free Press Journal, an Indian daily newspaper
- Columbus Free Press, a former monthly "alternative" journal published in Columbus, Ohio, now published as Free Press newspaper, Free Press Express broadsheet and on the website freepress.org
- Detroit Free Press, a daily newspaper
- The Free Press (University of Southern Maine), a weekly student newspaper at the University of Southern Maine
- Free Press (Magazine in Malayalam), a short-lived magazine in the Malayalam language
- New Hampshire Free Press, a blog and bimonthly newspaper by Free State Project activists
- The London Free Press, a daily newspaper based in London, Ontario, Canada
- Los Angeles Free Press, an underground newspaper
- Free Press (Scotland), which merged with the Aberdeen Journal in 1922 to become The Aberdeen Press and Journal
- Syrian Free Press, an electronic newspaper about Syrian events.
- Winnipeg Free Press, a daily newspaper
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