Diário de Notícias was founded in Lisbon in 1864 and quickly grew into a mass-circulation newspaper. During the country's almost 50 years of dictatorship (1926-1974) it was regarded as the regime's inofficial press organ. After the Carnation Revolution Diário was nationalised and was pro-communist for a long time until its re-privatisation in 1991. Today, despite restructuring and a dwindling circulation this liberal-conservative paper is still one of Portugal's leading newspapers. Since 2019, the print edition has only been available on Saturdays as a weekend edition with a supplement by Dinheiro Vivo. The daily news is made available online partially via a paywall.
|Frequency of publication||Weekly on Saturdays|
|Visits||5.000.000 – 10.000.000|
|Online payment model||Content partially fee-based|
|Publisher||Global Media Group (Controlinveste)|
|Area of distribution||Nationwide|
|Address||Rua Tomás da Fonseca, Torre E, 3º Piso, 1600-209 Lissabon|
|Phone||00351 21 318 75 00|