The leading Hungarian business daily newspaper, Világgazdaság, is published as part of Mediaworks Hungary Zrt. The newspaper is usually published on every Budapest Stock Exchange trading day.
Blikk is a daily tabloid newspaper published in Budapest, Hungary, and owned by the German-Swiss media conglomerate Ringier-Axel Springer. It is one of four tabloid dailies available in Hungary, along with Sznes sz, Bors, and Ripost.
Magyar Nemzet is a significant Hungarian newspaper published in Hungary that describes itself as "close to the current Hungarian government led by Viktor Orbán" in 2021.
During the Hungarian People's Republic, Népszabadság was a major Hungarian newspaper that served as the official press organ of the Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party.
The Budapest Times is an English-language newspaper in Hungary that covers current affairs. Budapest-Zeitung Kft owns and publishes the weekly newspaper.
The Budapester Zeitung (BZT) is a weekly German-language newspaper published in Budapest, Hungary. It was founded in April 1999 and has a circulation of approximately 7000 copies. The Budapest Times has had an English-language sister publication since 2003. It is published by BZT Media Kft, which was created in Berlin by Jan Mainka.
Szabad Föld (English for "Free Land or Soil") is a weekly newspaper published in Budapest, Hungary. The newspaper has been in print since 1945.
Napi Gazdaság was a daily newspaper published in Budapest from 1991 to 2015. The newspaper was mostly concerned with financial and commercial news. On September 1, 2015, it was supplanted by Magyar Idk, a conservative political daily.
Magyar Idk was a Hungarian national conservative journal affiliated with the Fidesz government. It arose from Napi Gazdaság, a business journal established in 1991. It was purchased by Századvég Gazdaságkutató, a think tank affiliated with the Fidesz political party, in 2013.