Pravda is a Russian broadsheet newspaper that was formerly the official daily of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, when it had a circulation of 11 million and was one of the most powerful periodicals in the country.
Hospodárske noviny is a daily economic newspaper published in Slovakia. It is owned by MAFRA Slovakia, a media company based in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Nový Čas began in 1990, during the Velvet Revolution, as a crude duplicate of the Austrian Kronen Zeitung. Ringier Axel Springer, a Swiss business based in Zurich, owns and publishes the newspaper. Gruner + Jahr was the paper's previous owner. Its material consists of tabloid journalism and gutter press. On Saturdays, the frequently read supplement "Nov as vkend" is added. Nov as Nedea was created in 2006 as a Sunday version of Nov as (New Time Sunday).
Uj Szó is a daily Hungarian-language newspaper published in Bratislava, Slovakia. It also produces Vasárnap, a weekly Sunday supplement.
Korzár is a regional newspaper published in the Slovakian town of Koice. The publication was founded in 1998. The paper was once known as Korzo, but was later renamed Korzár. It is based in Koice and is published there. The broadsheet format was used for the publication of the article. The format was then changed to tabloid.
Dennk N is a Slovak daily newspaper and news website launched in 2014 by former members of the editorial board of SME.