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Since 2009, the Lithuania Tribune news portal has been bringing you the most insightful and relevant news about Lithuania and the Baltic region. Now we are relaunching our website and evolving our services in order to cater to the changing needs of our distinguished readership in a rapidly developing global media environment.
Subscribe to the new Lithuania Tribune
Subscribe to the new Lithuania Tribune

For a few weeks already, we have been offering special edition articles (marked LT Daily), which according to your preferences, could range from Lithuanian economics to political issues, foreign affairs or social matters. Such articles gives you the opportunity to enjoy distinctive insights and quality analysis about important stories as they develop. In addition, exclusively for the corporate clients we are introducing a daily media briefing, as well as daily reports on Lithuanian current affairs. Moreover, our services will continue to provide you with comprehensive and accurate English-language translations from media trendsetters in Lithuanian society such as DELFI, LRT and other influential publications

In addition a LT Daily will be sent to our subscribers, covering all the key stories of the day and offering a comprehensive range of Lithuanian news that will allow you, our readers, to start your day up-to-date on all the news across all outlets.

We are implementing these changes because we believe that there is demand from our readers for more quality news and analysis of Lithuanian current affairs in English; we are also part of a trend of quality publications in the western world moving to a paid-for content approach. The Paywall will be introduced in January. The reason is simple; quality reporting and journalism needs funding in order to be sustainable. Your subscription will support our talented team of writers, editors, translators, photographers and graphic designers to deliver the best news and analysis in English.

We are optimistic about this latest development because we are convinced that our readers understand the need for this evolution. We are confident that a lack of quality is more expensive than a fair price for excellence. A price that is worth every penny of your smart investment in our commitment to bring you the best that Lithuania has to offer in 2016 and beyond.

The annual corporate subscription is 800 EUR.

If you're interested in subscribing, please contact our Sales Manager Jorge Marcano at jorge@lithuaniatribune.com

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