Russian Regional Newspapers (UDB-REG)

Comprehensive coverage of regional news, current events, economic developments and cultural events in Russia

The Russian Regional Newspapers (UDB-REG) collection provides close-up coverage of developments throughout Russia’s regions. The collection currently includes newspapers from all seven Federal Districts of the Russian Federation and as well as newspapers focusing on local issues of Moscow and St. Petersburg. The collection represents such noteworthy regions as the troubled Northern Caucasus (Groznenskii rabochii from Chechnya, Severnaia Osetiia from Northern Osetiia-Alania, etc.), oil and gas rich Western Siberia (Tiumenskie izvestiia, etc.), the investment-friendly Volga region (Nizhegorodskie novosti from Nizhnii Novgorod or Samarskie izvestiia from Samara), and many others. The selected newspapers have the largest circulation in their regions and are considered the most authoritative.

Russian Regional Newspapers

Key Stats

  • Archive: 1998-present
  • Language: Russian
  • Frequency: Varies
  • Updates: Continuous
  • Format: Full text
  • Producer: East View Information Services
  • Platform: East View Universal Database

UDB-REG Titles

Active titles in the Russian Regional Newspapers collection include:

  • Altaiskaia pravda
  • Amurskaia pravda
  • Arsen’evskie vesti
  • Astrakhanskie vedomosti
  • Belgorodskaia pravda
  • Bereg
  • Birobidzhanskaia zvezda
  • Birzha
  • Brianskii rabochii
  • Buriatiia
  • Cheboksarskie novosti
  • Dagestanskaia pravda
  • Delovoi Peterburg
  • Den’ Respubliki
  • Gazeta Iuga
  • Gorod na Tsne
  • Iakutiia
  • Ingushetiia
  • IUzhnoural’skaia panorama
  • Ivanovskaia gazeta
  • Izvestiia Mordovii
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  • Kaliningradskaia pravda
  • Kalmykiia segodnia
  • Kamchatskii krai
  • Kapital
  • Kareliia
  • Kolymskii trakt
  • Kommercheskie vesti
  • Kommuna
  • Krainii Sever
  • Krasnoiarskii rabochii
  • Kubanskie novosti
  • Kurskaia pravda
  • Kuzbass
  • Lipetskaia gazeta
  • Magadanskaia pravda
  • Maikopskie novosti
  • Mariiskaia pravda
  • Metro Sankt-Peterburg
  • Molodoi kommunar
  • Molot
  • Murmanskii vestnik
  • Nasha Penza
  • Nizhegorodskie novosti
  • Novgorodskie vedomosti
  • Novosti Iugry
  • Novosti Sochi
  • Orenburzh’e
  • Orlovskaia pravda
  • Peterburgskii dnevnik
  • Pravda Severa
  • Pskovskaia guberniia
  • Rabochii put’
  • Respublika Bashkortostan
  • Respublika Tatarstan
  • Riazanskie vedomosti
  • Saratovskie vesti
  • Severnaia Osetiia
  • Severnyi krai. Iaroslavskii region
  • Sovetskaia Chuvashiia
  • Sovetskaia Sibir’
  • Sovetskii Sakhalin
  • Stavropol’skaia pravda
  • Stolitsa plius
  • Surgutskaia tribuna
  • Taimyr
  • Tikhookeanskaia zvezda
  • Tiumenskie izvestiia
  • Tomskie novosti+
  • Tribuna
  • Tverskaia zhizn’
  • Udmurtskaia pravda
  • Ural’skii rabochii
  • Vechernii Sankt-Peterburg
  • Vest’
  • Vesti Respubliki
  • Viatskii krai
  • Vladimirskie vedomosti
  • Vladivostok
  • Volgogradskaia pravda
  • Vologodskie novosti
  • Volzhskaia kommuna
  • Vostochno-Sibirskaia pravda
  • Vremia i den’gi
  • Zabaikal’skii rabochii
  • Zapoliarnyi vestnik
  • Zolotoe kol’tso
  • Zolotoi Rog
  • Zvezda

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