Danas is a daily independent newspaper published in Belgrade, Serbia. It is a left-wing media outlet that promotes social democracy and European integration. It is a vocal media backer of Serbian NGO operations aimed at protecting human rights and minorities.
Politika is a daily newspaper published in Belgrade, Serbia. It was founded in 1904 by Vladislav F. Ribnikar and is the oldest daily newspaper still in circulation in the Balkans. It is regarded as one of Serbia's historic publications.
In Serbia, Blic is a daily middle-market tabloid newspaper. Blic was founded in 1996 and is owned by Ringier Axel Springer Media AG, a joint venture between the Swiss Ringier media business and the German Axel Springer AG.
Kurir is a Serbian daily tabloid newspaper published in Belgrade. Kurir's first issue hit newsstands on May 6, 2003. Kurir's past is not just brief, but it is also tumultuous. It all dates back to the state of emergency proclaimed after the killing of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Ini, when another daily tabloid called Nacional was closed down.
Informer is a Belgrade-based Serbian tabloid newspaper. It is well-known for its political slant in favor of the ruling Serbian Progressive Party, as well as its sensationalist reporting. As of 2016, it claimed to have the greatest daily circulation in Serbia, with over 100,000 copies delivered daily.
Sportski urnal is a daily sports newspaper in Serbia. Football accounts for around half of the pages, with the remainder devoted to athletics, auto racing, basketball, boxing, cycling, judo, karate, handball, tennis, shooting, skiing, swimming, volleyball, waterpolo, wrestling, and other Olympic and non-Olympic sports. This may fluctuate slightly in the off-season or during major athletic events.
Alo! is a Serbian daily tabloid newspaper published in Belgrade. On October 15, 2007, Ringier AG (owners of another Serbian newspaper Blic) launched Alo! tries to establish itself in the crowded Serbian daily tabloid market with an aggressive advertising effort that proclaims it as 'Najvee dnevne novine u Srbiji' ("The biggest daily in Serbia") - referring to its format size.
Glas javnosti was a Belgrade-based daily newspaper. After publishing a newspaper under the same name from April 1998 to January 2010, the project's creators have now launched an online news portal and YouTube channel under the same name.