Respublika is a Lithuanian newspaper, published since September 16, 1989. Since January 7, 1991 it has published a Russian language edition. In 1993 one of the founders, deputy editor in chief, and investigative journalist Vitas Lingys was shot to death in Vilnius after several death threats.
Kauno diena (Kaunas Daily) is a daily newspaper published in Kaunas, Lithuania. Orkla Press, a division of Norwegian media conglomerate Orkla Media, purchased Kauno diena in 1998. Orkla sold its media holdings to the financial firm Hermis Capital in December 2006. In 2005, it had a daily circulation of around 38,000 copies.
Vakar ekspresas (lit. 'Western Express') is Klaipda, Lithuania's largest regional newspaper, with a daily readership of 15,000–20,000 copies. Except for Sundays, Vakar ekspresas is published everyday. Eteris (TV guide), Autosalonas (automobiles), Sveikata (health), Litas prie lito (money advice), Jros vartai (regional news), Kultros uostas (culture), and etadienis are among its supplements (Saturday). Klaipda, Gargdai, Skuodas, Maeikiai, Palanga, Kretinga, Plung, Teliai, and Vilnius all have copies of the newspaper.
Juozas Vercinkevius started Voruta, a Lithuanian weekly history newspaper, in 1989. Preparations for the publication of Voruta began in 1988, with the first trial issue appearing in 1989. Authors such as Edvardas Gudaviius, Regina Epkait, Antanas Tyla, Arnas Bubnys, Vincas Martinknas, Zigmas Zinkeviius, Nastazija Kairiktyt, Stasys Buchaveckas, Kstutis Makarinas, Antanas Surauius, Juozas Vaina, Kazimieras Garva, Evaldas Ge