Lietuvos rytas

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Lietuvos rytas (lit. 'Morning of Lithuania') is a Lithuanian daily newspaper.

History and profile[edit]

"Lietuvos rytas" was established in 1990 on a basis of newspaper "Komjaunimo tiesa".[1] The paper is printed in Vilnius on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.[1] It has a liberal political leaning.[1] "Lietuvos rytas" is part of "Lietuvos rytas" media group.

Additionally to the daily newspaper come the supplements "Rytai-Vakarai", "Sostinė", "Laikinoji Sostinė", magazines "Stilius", "Savaitgalis" (with "TV Antena") and "Stilius Plius". The online version of the paper was started in 2005.[2]

Its circulation was 55.700 copies in 2021.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d "Media index. Lietuvos rytas". Euro Topics. Retrieved 6 December 2013.
  2. ^ Matonytė, Irmina (2008). "(Liberal) mass media and the (multi) party system in post-communist Lithuania" (PDF). Central European Journal of Communication. 1. ISSN 1899-5101. Retrieved 28 November 2014.

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