Cotidianul is a Romanian-language newspaper published in Bucharest. Cotidianul, founded by Ion Raţiu, was the first privately held newspaper in Romania following the 1989 Romanian Revolution. It was first published on May 10, 1991. The paper's headquarters were in Bucharest. It was published in Berliner style from Monday through Saturday.
Adevărul is a Bucharest-based Romanian daily newspaper. It was the primary left-wing press venue to be published during the Romanian Kingdom's existence, adopting an independent pro-democratic attitude, promoting land reform, and demanding universal suffrage. It was founded in Iași in 1871 and restored in Bucharest in 1888.
Gândul is a Bucharest-based Romanian internet daily. Mircea Dinescu, who used to write a daily editorial named "Vorba lu' Dinescu," and Cristian Tudor Popescu, who was also the editor-in-chief until January 2008, launched it in May 2005. Its initial print run was around 52,000 copies.
Gazeta Sportului is a daily Romanian newspaper that is the country's largest and most widely read sports publication. Ringier Sportal S.R.L. owns it, which is a joint venture between Ringier Romania S.R.L. and the Bulgarian Sportal Media Group.
Libertatea is a daily newspaper and online news website in Romania that covers current events, entertainment, sports, and lifestyle. Octavian Andronic launched it on December 22, 1989, as "the first independent newspaper of the Romanian Revolution of 1989."