Currently, a number of print publications are being published in Tula , including:
- 1 alphabet of the Tula consumer
- 2 Hand in Hand in Tula
- 3 Young Communard
- 4 Moscow Komsomolets in Tula
- 5 Sloboda
- 6 Tula panorama
- 7 Tula news
- 8 Tula
The weekly Tula newspaper "Azula of the Tula Consumer" has been published since March 2008 and is by far the most popular free publication in the Tula Region (its circulation is 72,000 copies). The pages of AzBuki publish articles on the life of Tula and the Tula region, news, materials on a wide variety of topics - from beauty and health to construction and repair, and regularly hold contests for readers. Since January 2010, AzBuka has been launching the Tula Week informational application. The weekly “Azula of the Tula Consumer” is the winner of the contest “Best Goods and Services of the Tula Region - 2009” in the nomination “Advertising and Information Activities”. The newspaper’s editorial office is located at: Ave. Lenin, house 102, building 4, of. 300. Since 2013 does not work.
Hand to Hand in Tula
Weekly Tula newspaper From hand to hand . The Hand-to-Hand newspaper group is part of the International Association of Newspaper Ads Classified by ICMA Categories, which unites about 160 publishers from 33 countries.
Tula regional newspaper Young Communard has been published since December 5, 1925. In the youth press system was one of the leading newspapers in the country. Over the years, she became the winner of various creative competitions held by the Komsomol Central Committee, the Union of Journalists of the USSR, the Union of Writers of Russia, is listed in the Komsomol Glory of the Komsomol, was awarded the Presidium of the Supreme Council of Russia, VDNKh USSR.
Since 1991, it has been an independent socio-political newspaper published by Molodoy i K LLC (100% private capital of journalists).
The newspaper "Young Communard" is a repeated winner of creative contests held by the Union of Journalists in the framework of the All-Russian festivals "All Russia". In 2001 and 2002, she became the winner of the Golden Gong All-Russian Competition in the nomination “The Best Regional Daily Newspaper of the Year”.
"Young Communard" is the only Tula publication listed in the historical book of the Union of Journalists of Russia "300 years - 300 newspapers."
It comes out twice a week: Tuesday (A3 format on 16 pages with a circulation of 12-18 thousand copies); Friday (A3 with color tabs on 48–56 pages with a circulation of 25–35 thousand copies). The editorial office is located at Tula, ul. Demonstrations, 27.
Moscow Komsomolets in Tula
The Moscow Komsomolets in Tula is a socio-political regional weekly. It includes various sections, the most popular of which are: politics, economics, society, finance, personal account, scandal, investigation, you and me. In Tula since 1997. Editorial office: Tula, st. Defense, 114a.
Sloboda is a city advertising and family newspaper. It covers a wide range of topics: advertising, Tula news, regions , the cultural life of the city, politics, sports, consumer demand, city history, health and education. The first black and white issue was released on November 4, 1994 . Since 2001, the newspaper switched to color printing. From 2003 to 2010, the newspaper received the National Edition Service Award “Circulation Record of the Year”. In 2006, the newspaper had an Internet portal. The editorial office is located at: Tula, ave. Lenin, 116.
Established by the labor collective of IAP Lev Tolstoy. The newspaper has a large section devoted to announcements of sale, as well as a news and entertainment block. The editorial office is located at: st. F. Engels, 150. Since 2015, does not come out.
Tula News is a socio-political newspaper. It was founded on January 2, 1991 as the printing organ of the Regional Council of People's Deputies. In 1993, the administration of the Tula region became its founder, and since 2003, the Regional Duma. The editorial office is located at: st. Defense, 114a.
Tula is a Tula city newspaper. Published on Wednesdays and Fridays since 1990 . Initially, it was called "Tula evening." It was established by the Administration of the city of Tula and the Tula City Council. Since mid-January 2015, the founder of the newspaper is the Press 71 Publishing House. The editorial office is located at the address: 10a Bukhonovsky lane.