ProSport

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ProSport
ProSport logo.jpg
Type Online newspaper
Format Compact
Owner(s) PubliMedia International
Editor Costin Ştucan
Founded July 1997 (1997-07)
Ceased publication 6 December 2013 (2013-12-06)
Headquarters Casa Presei Libere, Bucharest
City Bucharest
Country Romania
Website www.prosport.ro

ProSport was a daily Romanian newspaper, the country's 2nd largest and most read sports-related publication after Gazeta Sporturilor. It was owned by the PubliMedia International. It was launched in July 1997 by the Media Pro, the biggest media trust in Eastern Europe.

In 2000, the newspaper had average sales of around 79.910 copies, dropping to 43.000 copies in 2009, and losing the lead in sports newspapers.[1]

Although a wide range of sports was covered in the newspaper, football was given by far most of the coverage. The newspaper was divided into a variety of different sections such as: national football, international football, sports and special. It usually included 24 pages which use a 6-column format, but also printed editions of 32 pages devoted to some specific events.

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  1. ^ "Cum s-au schimbat ierarhiile ziarelor in_ultimii zece ani". money.ro (in Romanian). Retrieved 12 January 2013. 

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