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The company was founded on April 2nd 1996 under the name "Blic Press" d.o.o. The first issue of the daily newspaper "Blic" was launched on September 16th.

1996 - The first issue of Blic appeared on September 16th. The circulation was around 300.000 copies. Blic was the only opposition newspaper.
1997 - Veselin Simonovic becomes the deputy of the editor in chief Manojlo Vukotić.
1998 - Part of the editorial board, headed by Manojlo Vukotić separates in order to found Glas javnosti. Veselin Simonovic becomes editor in chief of Blic, still maintaining high circulations. Redesign of the newspaper.
1999 - At the time of bombing the company was working under the difficult circumstances. The company changed its location, and Blic was printed in three different printing houses. Blic is still the only opposition newspaper. New title Euro Blic appears in Republika Srpska. Site Blic online is launched.
2000 - Blic follows the change of the regime on October 5th, despite the difficult circumstances regarding production and paper supply. Change of the founders on 28.11.2000. - Gruner & Jahr AG & Co. is one of the founders(49%).
2003 - The whole circulation of Blic is printed in the new printing plant APM Print.                                                                                                                                                   2004 - Swiss company Ringier entered the market. Regional editions of Blic are launched - Province of Vojvodina, Serbia, Belgrade on the increased number of pages. Blic žena is launched.
2005 - Blic Europe is launched. This title achieved decent results.
2006 - Magazine Pulse is launched in March, and in September the first free daily newspaper 24 sata.
2007 - Tabloid Alo is launched in September. Blic online has been redesigned.
2008 - Jelena Drakulić-Petrović becomes General Manager of Ringier in Serbia.
2009 - The acquisition of the magazine NIN.
2010 - Launch of the e-commerce site NonStopShop and travel site SuperOdmor. On November 1st company changed its business name to Ringier Axel Springer d.o.o. The first integrated newsroom in the region was introduced.
2012 - Acquisition of portals Nekretnine.rs and Mojauto.rs.
2013-  In September, Ringier Axel Springer officially launched its printing plant in New Belgrade, which has been expanded to a total of 4,800 m2 and equipped with modern newspaper printing press and high-capacity
2015-  Ringier Axel Springer Serbia launched Media Impact Srbija-  the largest integrated advertising-sales organization in Serbia

The company was founded on April 2nd 1996 under the name "Blic Press" d.o.o. The first issue of the daily newspaper "Blic" was launched on September 16th.

1996 - The first issue of Blic appeared on September 16th. The circulation was around 300.000 copies. Blic was the only opposition newspaper.
1997 - Veselin Simonovic becomes the deputy of the editor in chief Manojlo Vukotić.
1998 - Part of the editorial board, headed by Manojlo Vukotić separates in order to found Glas javnosti. Veselin Simonovic becomes editor in chief of Blic, still maintaining high circulations. Redesign of the newspaper.
1999 - At the time of bombing the company was working under the difficult circumstances. The company changed its location, and Blic was printed in three different printing houses. Blic is still the only opposition newspaper. New title Euro Blic appears in Republika Srpska. Site Blic online is launched.
2000 - Blic follows the change of the regime on October 5th, despite the difficult circumstances regarding production and paper supply. Change of the founders on 28.11.2000. - Gruner & Jahr AG & Co. is one of the founders(49%).
2003 - The whole circulation of Blic is printed in the new printing plant APM Print.                                                                                                                                                   2004 - Swiss company Ringier entered the market. Regional editions of Blic are launched - Province of Vojvodina, Serbia, Belgrade on the increased number of pages. Blic žena is launched.
2005 - Blic Europe is launched. This title achieved decent results.
2006 - Magazine Pulse is launched in March, and in September the first free daily newspaper 24 sata.
2007 - Tabloid Alo is launched in September. Blic online has been redesigned.
2008 - Jelena Drakulić-Petrović becomes General Manager of Ringier in Serbia.
2009 - The acquisition of the magazine NIN.
2010 - Launch of the e-commerce site NonStopShop and travel site SuperOdmor. On November 1st company changed its business name to Ringier Axel Springer d.o.o. The first integrated newsroom in the region was introduced.
2012 - Acquisition of portals Nekretnine.rs and Mojauto.rs.
2013-  In September, Ringier Axel Springer officially launched its printing plant in New Belgrade, which has been expanded to a total of 4,800 m2 and equipped with modern newspaper printing press and high-capacity
2015-  Ringier Axel Springer Serbia launched Media Impact Srbija-  the largest integrated advertising-sales organization in Serbia