List of newspapers in Romania

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Below is a list of newspapers published in Romania.

National newspapers[edit]

Title Title translated into English language Type Notes
Adevărul The Truth generic
Azi Today generic
Bucharest Business Week business newspaper in English language
Bucharest Daily News
Bursa The Stock Exchange
Click! tabloid
Cotidianul The Daily generic available only online from 2010
Curierul Naţional The National Courier generic
DCnews Dcnews generic
Allgemeine Deutsche Zeitung für Rumänien in German language
The Diplomat – Bucharest monthly; business, politics, arts in English language
Romania-Insider.com in English language
Euro Piaţa The Euro Market politics, economy, financial, generic
Evenimentul Zilei The Event of the Day generic
Gândul The Thought generic available only online from April 2011
Gazeta Sporturilor The Sports Gazette sports
Ghimpele The Thorn generic
Ghidul Romanilor news portal
JOBSibiu weekly HR local newspaper
Jurnalul24 Jurnalul24 generic
Jurnalul Naţional The National Journal generic
Libertatea The Freedom tabloid
Naţional (7plus) National tabloid
Nine O'Clock in English language
Oglinda The Mirror generic
Romanian Informer in English language
România Liberă Free Romania generic
Ziarul The Newspaper dormant
Ziarul de Sex The Sex Newspaper generic adult online from November 2014
Ziarul Financiar The Financial Newspaper financial
Ziarul Lumina The Light Newspaper generic, Orthodox-Christian
ziuaonline.ro The Day Online generic

Hungarian language[edit]

Title Title translated into English language Type Notes
Erdélyi Riport Transylvanian Report generic
Impulzus.ro internet daily newspaper
Krónika Chronicle generic
Manna.ro internet daily infotainment newspaper, generic
Transindex internet daily newspaper, generic
Új Magyar Szó New Hungarian Word generic

Local[edit]

Transylvania[edit]

Hungarian language[edit]

Banat[edit]

Hungarian language[edit]

Bucovina[edit]

Dobrogea[edit]

Moldavia[edit]

Muntenia[edit]

Oltenia[edit]

Diaspora[edit]


In German[edit]

National

Local and regional

In Hungarian[edit]

National

Local and regional

In English[edit]

Defunct newspapers[edit]

  • Ziua (1995–2009)

See also[edit]