Newspapers

24 sata

The tabloid was launched by Mario Garcia and a team of experts in 2005. It is the most read daily in Croatia according to its circulation numbers. The newspaper is run by the company 24sata d.o.o. which is owned by Styria Media Group AG.

E-mail: redakcija@24sata.hr

Tel:  +385 1/6069 500

Globus 

It is a weekly news magazine published for the first time in 1990 in Zagreb.

E-mail: globus@hanzamedia.hr

Tel: + 385 1 6103200

Jutarnji list

Jutarnji list was launched in 1998 as a part of the Europapress Holding media group (EPH).

E-mail: jutarnji.list@hanzamedia.hr

Tel: + 385 1 6103 100

Nacional 

Weekly political newspaper, published in Zagreb.

E-mail: nacional@nacional.hr

Tel: + 385 1 2334 919

Novi list

Novi list is a Rijeka-based daily considered the oldest newspaper of the country. Although being distributed nationally, it is mostly read in the north-western part of Croatia.

E-mail: redakcija@novilist.hr

Tel: +385 51 650 011

Slobodna Dalmacija

Slobodna Dalmacija is a Split-based daily newspaper which was established in 1943. In communist times, it was one of the most read newspapers in former Yugoslavia. It is owned by Hanza Media (formerly Europapress Holding), a company which also owns Jutarnji list.

E-mail: +385 21 352 888

Tel: redakcija@slobodnadalmacija.hr

Večernji list

Večernji list was founded in 1957 by the Croatian state-owned daily newspaper Vjesnik. In 1990 Večernji list became independent. Since 2000 the owner of Večernji list is the Styria Media Group AG.

E-mail: vecernji@vecernji.hr

Tel: + 385 1 6300 605