Nezavisimaya Gazeta

Nezavisimaya Gazeta
Nezavisimaya Gazeta
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Front page on December 30, 2010
Type daily
Format A2 per spread
Owner Konstantin Remchukov
Editor Konstantin Remchukov
Founded December 21, 1990
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
Circulation 40,000

Nezavisimaya Gazeta (Russian: Независимая газета; lit. Independent Newspaper) is a Russian daily newspaper. Published since December 21, 1990.

Information ranging from a wide variety of sources, such as reporters, political scientists, historians, art historians, as well as critics are published in the newspaper. The newspaper also offers eight supplements, among which are:

  • наука (science)
  • дипкурьер (diplomatic courier)
  • НВО (Nezavisimoye Voyennoye Obozreniye)
  • антракт (intermission)
  • нг-exlibris
  • нг-религии (religion)
  • нг-политика (politics)
  • нг-энергия (energy)
  • конкурс (contests)
  • сценарии (scenarios)
  • содружество (community)
  • нг-регионы (regions)
  • нг-телеком (telecom)

The newspaper covers the issues of politics, society, culture and art. Nezavisimaya Gazeta has been in circulation since December 21st, 1990.

The Editor in Chief (since 2007) is Konstantin Remchukov (Константин Ремчуков). The first editor of the Nezavisimaya Gazeta was Vitalij Tretyakov (Виталий Третьяков). Tatiana Koshkareva (Татьяна_Кошкарёва) was the Editor in Chief from 2001 until 2007.


In the year 1999, Nezavisimaya Gazeta was part of the large "Berezovsky Media Group", including (in alphabetical order):

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