Pobjeda is a daily Montenegrin newspaper. It is the oldest Montenegrin newspaper still in print, having been published for 75 years; it is also the oldest Montenegrin active journal in the media. It was Montenegro's only daily newspaper until September 1997.
Dan is a Montenegrin daily newspaper that is published every day . It was named after the historic Cetinje monthly newspaper, which was produced in the former Montenegrin state around the turn of the twentieth century. It ranked second behind Vijesti in 2009, with an estimated 31,6 percent of the country's total readers.
Glas Crnogorca was a weekly newspaper published in Cetinje, Montenegro, from 1873 and 1916. After the Montenegrin state was abolished in 1918, the newspaper continued to be produced in exile until 1922. It was the official gazette of the government of the Principality of Montenegro, and afterwards the Kingdom of Montenegro.
Cetinjski vjesnik, subsequently known simply as Vjesnik, was a Montenegrin political journal published in Cetinje, the monarchy's capital at the time. From 1908 until 1915, it was published twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays.