24sata is a Croatian daily newspaper published in Zagreb. As of 2007, it was Croatia's most widely circulated daily newspaper. It is also Croatia's most visited news website and the most popular news source on social media platforms.
Jutarnji list is a Croatian daily newspaper that has been published in Zagreb since April 6, 1998, by EPH, which later changed its name to Hanza Media after being purchased by Marijan Hanekovi. The newspaper is available in berliner print as well as online.
Poslovni dnevnik is a daily business newspaper published in Zagreb, Croatia. The newspaper debuted in March 2004 and bills itself as "the first Croatian business daily." The print edition is released five times a week and is printed on peach-colored paper to resemble the Financial Times.
Veernji list is a daily Croatian newspaper published in Zagreb. Veernji list began in Zagreb in 1959. Its forefather, Veernji vjesnik ("Evening Courier"), first published on 24 pages on 3 June 1957 in Zagreb, but rapidly amalgamated with Narodni list (meaning "People's Paper" in English) to produce what is now known as Veernji list.
Sportske novosti is a daily sports newspaper based in Zagreb, Croatia. It began as the weekly publication Ilustrirane fiskulturne novine on August 9, 1945. Its name was changed to Narodni sport some months later, on December 10, 1945.
Slobodna Dalmacija is a daily Croatian newspaper based in Split. Tito's Partisans produced the inaugural issue of Slobodna Dalmacija on June 17, 1943, in an abandoned stone barn on Mosor, a mountain outside Split, while the city was controlled by the Italian forces.
Zadarski list is a daily Croatian newspaper. It is the city of Zadar's first daily newspaper. Zadarski list began as a weekly publication on November 3, 1994. It had a circulation of 12,000 at the time and was focused on news from Zadar and the Zadar County.