On-line edition of Dnevni Avaz offers a selection of articles from the printed edition of the paper and weekly publications Azra and Sport.
Dnevni Avaz was founded at the end of 1995 by Fahrudin Radoncic, a journalist from Sandzak in Serbia, and quickly became the best selling daily newspaper in the Federation B-H. The paper received generous funding at the launch, which helped it to raid best journalists from its rival, Sarajevo daily Vecernje Novine. Dnevni Avaz used to have strong links with the ruling Bosniak party SDA. Thus it was frequently able to beat its competitors in Oslobodjenje and Vecernje Novine with exclusives obtained from the inner party circles, which may explain its quick rise to prominence. In 1998, Dnevni Avaz had daily circulation of 23,000 copies.