National newspapers

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Newspaper Political alignment
Rossiyskaya Gazeta (Российская газета) Big tent, Pro-Putin
Izvestia Pro-government[1]
RBK daily (РБК daily) Right-wing populism, Economic liberalism
Kommersant (Коммерсантъ) Centre-right, Economic liberalism
Vedomosti (Ведомости) Liberal conservatism
Nezavisimaya Gazeta (Независимая газета) Centrism
Moskovskaya Pravda (Московская правда) Communism , Left-wing populism
Komsomolskaya Pravda (Комсомольская правда) Populism , Soviet nationalism, pro-Putin
Moskovsky Komsomolets (Московский комсомолец) Left-wing populism Right-wing, Russian nationalism, Anti-Islam, Identitarianism
Trud (Труд) Labour interests, Left-wing populism
Sovetsky Sport (Советский спорт) Soviet nationalism, Left-wing populism
Vechernyaya Moskva (Вечерняя Москва) Liberal conservatism, Economic liberalism, Pro-Putin
Sankt-Peterburgskie Vedomosti (Санкт-Петербургские Ведомости) Russian nationalism, Right-wing populism, Pro-Putin
Meduza Centrism

1 to 4 issues a week

This list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. (February 2011)

Detailed list

Newspaper Year founded Published Language Distribution Circulation Publisher Owner
Amurskaya Pravda Russian Blagoveshchensk
Argumenty i Fakty 1978 Russian National
Business in Switzerland [1] 2013 Daily Russian Switzerland
Dagestanskaya Gazeta Russian Makhachkala
Delovoy Gazeta.Yug [2] 1997 Weekly Russian Krasnodar 5,000 Delovoy Petersburg
Delovoy Petersburg 1993 Daily Russian Saint Petersburg 26,042 (11/08)[2] Bonnier Business Press Bonnier Business Press
Guberniya Petrozavodsk
Irkutsk Russian Irkutsk
Izvestia 1917[3] 5 weekly[3] Russian National[3] 234,500[3] JSC "Izvestia Newspaper"[3] Gazprombank
The Yekaterinburg Times [3] English Yekaterinburg
Karjalan Sanomat 1920 Finnish Petrozavodsk
The Kazan Herald 2010 English Kazan
Kodima Russian Petrozavodsk
Kommersant 1909 Russian National 131,000
Komsomolskaya Pravda 1925 Russian
Krasnaya Zvezda 1924 Russian Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation
Krayniy Sever Russian Anadyr
Kuryer Karelii Russian Petrozavodsk
Le Courrier de Russie 2003 Bimonthly French Moscow and St Petersburg Novy Vek Media
Lyydilaine Ludic Petrozavodsk
Moskovskaya Komsomolka 1999 Russian Moscow Evgeny Dodolev Boris Berezovsky
Moskovskaya Pravda 1918 Russian Moscow 304,529 Newspaper's journalists
Moskovski Korrespondent 2007 Russian
Moskovskij Komsomolets 1919 Russian Moscow Pavel Gusev
Moscow News 1930 Ceased English Moscow
The Moscow Times 1992 Weekly English Moscow, Moscow Oblast 55,000 MoscowTimes LLC MoscowTimes LLC
Muzykalnaya Pravda 1995 Russian Moscow Evgeny Dodolev
Nauka v Sibiri Russian Novosibirsk
New Medical Gazette 1992 Russian Moscow Newspaper's journalists
Nezavisimaya Gazeta 1990 Russian
Nezavisimoye Voyennoye Obozreniye 1995 Weekly Russian Moscow 12,000
Nizhegorodskaya Pravda Russian Nizhny Novgorod
Novaya Gazeta 1993 Triweekly Russian National 90,000[4]
Novgorod 1990 Russian Veliky Novgorod
Novy Vzglyad 1992 Russian Moscow Evgeny Dodolev, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov
Novye Izvestiya 1997 Russian Moscow
Oma Mua Karelian Petrozavodsk
Parlamentskaya Gazeta 1997 Russian
Petrozavodsk Petrozavodsk
Pravda 1908 Russian National
Primorskaya Gazeta Russian Vladivostok
Rossiyskaya Gazeta 1990 Russian
Russia Beyond 2007 English, French, Spain, Italian World Rossiyskaya Gazeta
Sakha Sire 1921 Yakut Yakutsk
Samarskaya Gazeta Russian Samara
Samarskoe Obozrenie Russian Samara
Se Korea Sinmun 1949 Weekly Korean, Russian Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
Sovetsky Sakhalin 1925 4 weekly Russian Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
Sovetsky Sport 1924 Russian Komsomolskaya Pravda Publishing House JSC Sovetsky Sport and Russian Olympic Committee
Strana Kaliningrad Russian Kaliningrad
Surgutskaya Tribuna Russian Surgut
The St. Petersburg Times 1993 - 2014 English Saint Petersburg
Tikhookeanskaya Gazeta Russian Khabarovsk
Tribuna 1969[5] Weekly[5] Russian National[5] 124,000[5] Tribun Publishing House[6] Gazprom Media[5]
Trud 1921 Russian
Tverskaya Zhizn [4] Russian Tver
Tvoy Den Russian
Tyumenskaya oblastʹ segodnya [5] Russian Tyumen
Vecherniy Kazan 1979[7] Russian Kazan[7] 33,334[7] Evening Kazan Publishing House[7]
Vecherniy Krasnoyarsk 1989 Weekly Russian Krasnoyarsk
Vecherniy Murmansk 1991 Russian Murmansk
Vecherniy Novosibirsk 5 weekly Russian Novosibirsk
Vecherniy Stavropol Russian Stavropol
Vechernyaya Moskva 1923 Russian Moscow 1.39 Million (in year 2016)[8]
Vedomosti 1999 Russian
Versia 1998 Weekly Russian National 170,000 Nikolay Zyatkov
Vienan Karjala Karelian Petrozavodsk
Volgogradskaya Pravda Russian Volgograd
Vremya Novostei 2000 Russian
Yakutiya Russian
Zeyskiye Ogni Russian Svobodny
Zhizn Russian
This list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. (December 2008)

See also


  1. ^ "Iswestija". Eurotopics. Retrieved 2022-07-14.
  2. ^ Деловой Петербург (in Russian). National Circulation Service. Archived from the original on October 12, 2006. Retrieved 2008-01-25.
  3. ^ a b c d e "About Us". Izvestia. Archived from the original on 2008-01-19. Retrieved 2008-01-25.
  4. ^ "Russian newspaper fights on despite threats and attacks". France 24. Moscow. 28 March 2021. Retrieved 14 September 2021.
  5. ^ a b c d e "Tribuna Newspaper". Gazprom Media. Archived from the original on 2007-10-23. Retrieved 2008-01-25.
  6. ^ Об издании. Tribuna (in Russian). Archived from the original on 2007-05-01. Retrieved 2008-01-25.
  7. ^ a b c d Вечерняя Казань (in Russian). National Circulation Service. Archived from the original on October 12, 2006. Retrieved 2008-01-25.
  8. ^ ""Вечерняя Москва", automated English translation: "Evening Moscow"". WayBackMachine. 2016-05-16. Archived from the original on 2016-05-14. Retrieved 2022-09-24.

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