One of the most reputable newspapers in Bosnia and Herzegovina is "Oslobo?enje," which means "Liberation" in English. It is a daily newspaper that is based in the capital city, Sarajevo. It was founded as an anti-Nazi newspaper in 1943.
Another reputable newspaper is "Dnevni Avaz," which translates to "Daily Voice." It is also a daily newspaper that is based in Sarajevo. It has been publishing since 1995. One reputable daily newspaper outside of Sarajevo is "Nezavisne Novine" ("Independent Newspaper"). It is based in Banja Luka.
Some reputable newspapers or news magazines that publish in a weekly or bi-weekly format are "Bosanskohercegova?ki Dani" ("Bosnian-Herzegovinian Days"), "Slobodna Bosna" ("Free Bosnia") and "Novi Reporter" ("New Reporter").