Below are the old covers of the main newspapers in Czech. Click on the image to get to the news in real time.
Vltava Labe Media (formerly Vltava-Labe-Press) is a Czech publishing house - the second biggest in the Czech Republic. Since November 2015 it belongs to investment company Penta Investments which acquired it from the German publishing groupe Verlagsgruppe Passau. It was created in 2000 by the merger of a number of companies including publishing companies Labe and Vltava. VLP assumed control of all regional print media in the Czech Republic in 2001, including national publications Zemské noviny and Slovo. As well as publishing regional daily newspaper Deník, the company also publishes fortnightly women's lifestyle magazine Glanc and nationwide tabloid Šíp. In 2013 VLP bought Sanoma Magazines and merged it with Astrosat - the magazine subsidiary which is from 49 % owned by German publisher Bertesmann AG. Since November 2015 Michal Klíma became the Chairman and CEO of the company. The company VLTAVA LABE MEDIA, Inc. is the legal successor of company Vltava-Labe-Press, Inc., and Astrosat Media, Ltd., two publishing houses operating on the Czech media market, especially in the print media since 1992. Vltava Labe Media became the owner of the publishing house Media Tablet in 2015. From Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vltava_Labe_Media
Mladá fronta Dnes (Young Front Today), also known as MF DNES or simply Dnes (Today), is the second most sold daily newspaper in the Czech Republic. Its name could be translated into English as Youth Front Today. The paper is owned by MAFRA a.s., the Czech subsidiary of the German group Rheinisch-Bergische Druckerei- und Verlagsgesellschaft GmbH (the publisher of the Rheinische Post), that bought it from French press group Socpresse in 1994. MAFRA a.s. also owns the Czech daily Lidové noviny, the Czech edition of the freesheet Metro, the TV music channel Óčko, the radio stations Expresradio and Rádio Classic FM.
List of online newspapers in Czech - Latest news in Czech. Právo (in Czech Right or Law) is a Czech daily newspaper, the third most sold in the country. It emerged following the Velvet Revolution, when some editors of the daily Rudé právo founded a new company unaffiliated with the Czechoslovak Communist Party but taking advantage of the existing reader base. Today, the paper is not directly linked to any political party, but maintains a moderate left-wing stance and tends to focus on social issues.