Daily newspaper

Adevărul (The Truth) was set up at the end of 1989 to replace Scînteia, the newspaper of the Romanian Communist Party. Initially the paper supported the National Salvation Front, which was made up of representatives of the "nomenclatura", but the editors now position themselves on the centre-right politically. The current owner is Romanian media entrepreneur Cristian Burci, who has been under investigation for alleged embezzlement since 2016. The newspaper's website features a blog portal where, similar to the Huffington Post model, writers of every political stripe can post comments for free. The newspaper website features a blog portal where authors of all political stripes write commentaries. In September 2017, the print edition returned to its old broadsheet format of a decade ago. The move was justified with the argument that the older format was associated in the minds of readers with quality journalism.

Political orientation Liberal-conservative
Circulation 4,800 (2019)
Frequency of publication Monday to Friday
Visits 20.000.000 – 30.000.000
Online payment model All content for free
Location Bucharest, Romania
Publisher Adevarul Holding
Area of distribution Nationwide
Established 1871
Address Strada Fabrica de Glucoza nr. 21, sector 2, Bucuresti,cod 013471
Phone 0040 37 21 30 19 6
Twitter @adevarul