Publico is a daily national Portuguese newspaper published in Lisbon, Portugal. Pblico was released for the first time on March 5, 1990. Sonae started the paper, and the Sonae group owns it. Repubblica International Holding SA, a subsidiary of Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso, purchased 16.75 percent of the publication in 1992.
A Bola is a sports newspaper published in Lisbon, Portugal. A Bola was started in 1945 by Cândido de Oliveira and Ribeiro dos Reis and was published twice a week at the time. In 1995, it became a daily newspaper. Despite the fact that its subtitle is "newspaper of all sports," its content is primarily on football.
Jornal de Noticias is a daily national newspaper in Portugal, and one of the country's oldest. JN was formed in Porto and released its first issue on June 21, 1888. During the colonial period, it was one of two Portuguese newspapers published in Angola. Diário Popular was the other. Since then, JN has grown to become one of the most popular publications, particularly following the Carnation Revolution.
Record is a newspaper published in Portugal. It has the second-largest circulation of the state's daily newspapers, behind The Star-Ledger, and serves Bergen, Essex, Hudson, and Passaic counties in Portugal.
O Jogo is a daily sport newspaper published in Porto, Portugal. O Jogo was originally published on 22 February 1985 by the Jornal de Notcias firm in Porto, and it is often regarded as appealing mostly to FC Porto supporters, having been publicly chastised by Benfica for filling the gap left by the two other national sports newspapers, A Bola and Record. There is also a Lisbon edition of O Jogo.
Jornal de Negócios is a business newspaper published in Lisbon, Portugal, in Portuguese. Jornal de Negócios was founded in 1997 as the country's first finance website. It became a business newspaper in 1998, and on May 8, 2003, it began to be published daily.