Daily newspaper

Izvestia, which was founded in St. Petersburg during the Russian Revolution, was one of principal media outlets in the Soviet Union. In 2008 it was acquired by financier and Putin confidant Yury Kovalchuk's National Media Group. Izvestia represents pro-Kremlin positions. In 2017, the "Multimedia Information Center Izvestia" was founded as the editorial headquarters for three TV stations, the online and the print newspapers.

Political orientation Pro-government
Circulation 83,500
Frequency of publication several times a week
Visits 20.000.000 – 30.000.000
Online payment model All content for free
Location Moscow, Russia
Publisher OOO MIZ Izvestia
Area of distribution Nationwide
Established 1917
Address Moscow, 115093, Partijnyj per. ,1, k.57, s.3
Phone 007 49 5645 36 10
Twitter @izvestia_ru