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Serbian newspapers and magazines

Here you can find basic information about Serbian newspapers and magazines.


Description: Founded in 1996, Blic is one of the Serbian daily newspapers with the highest circulation (about 190.000 copies).
Languages: Serbian, English
Archive: since August 2007, freely available

Visit the website of Blic (in Serbian)
Visit the website of Blic (in English)


Description: Born in 1997, Danas is a daily newspaper dealing mostly with issues related to Former Yugoslavia and European integration. It supports Serbian NGOs that promote human rights.
Language: Serbian

Visit the website of Danas (in Serbian)

Glas javnosti

Description: Glas javnosti is an online newspaper in Serbian.
Language: Serbian
Archive: since February 2001, freely available

Visit the website of Glas javnosti (in Serbian)


Description: Founded in Belgarde since 1904, Politika is a Serbian national daily newspaper. Digital copies of all issues published between 1904 and 1941 are available online.
Language: Serbian
Archive: since 1904, freely available

Visit the website of Politika (in Serbian)


Description: Founded in 1990 in Belgrade, Vreme is a liberal and democratic weekly magazine. It was considered one of the most reliable information sources by the West due to its independence from the established power.
Language: Serbian
Archive: since 2001, freely available

Visit the website of Vreme (in Serbian)

Večernje novosti

Description: This is a Serbian daily newspaper printed in Belgrade, since 1953.
Language: Serbian
Visit the website of Večernje novosti (in Serbian)


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