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24sata ("24 hours") is a Croatian compact published in Zagreb with a circulation of about 150,000 copies. 24sata is the youngest daily newspaper in Croatia. It was launched by Styria Medien AG, an Austrian media group, in March 2005. Its first editor-in-chief, Matija Babić, announced that the new newspaper would target "young, urban and modern" audiences.
Novi list (trans. "new paper") is the oldest Croatian daily newspaper published in Rijeka. It is most read in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County of Croatia, but it is distributed throughout the country. Novi list had the distinction of being the only Croatian daily newspaper to keep critical distance towards the government of Franjo Tuđman during 1990s. Today it is considered a centre-left newspaper.
Slobodna Dalmacija ("Free Dalmatia" in Croatian) is a Croatian daily newspaper published in Split. The first issue of Slobodna Dalmacija was published on June 17, 1943 by Tito's Partisans in a cave on Mosor, a mountain near Split, which was occupied by the Italian army during that time. The paper was later published in various locations until Split was liberated on October 26 1944. From the following day onward, Slobodna Dalmacija has been published in Split.
Sportske novosti is a Croatian daily sports newspaper based in Zagreb. It was first published as a weekly magazine on 9 August 1945 (then called Ilustrirane fiskulturne novine). It changed its name to Narodni sport on 10 December 1945. Since March 1949 it was published twice a week, and since 1951 three times per week.