The daily newspaper Libertatea (Freedom) has been around since December 22, 1989, the day that Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu was overthrown. Its look and feel is like a tabloid, yet claims to be a popular quality newspaper. It is one of the few newspapers in Romania that covers a broad spectrum of opinions from conservative to economically liberal to left in its commentaries. The editorial team claims that it does not pursue any political agenda. They strive to be completely independent and only serve the public, they say. Libertatea has been owned by the Swiss media company Ringier since 1994.
|Frequency of publication||Daily|
|Visits||20.000.000 – 30.000.000|
|Online payment model||All content for free|
|Area of distribution||Nationwide|
|Address||B-dul Dimitrie Pompeiu nr. 9-9A, Iride Business Center Park, sector 2, 020335 Bucuresti|
|Phone||0040 21 2030804|