This is a list of newspapers in Hong Kong. Hong Kong is home to many of Asia’s biggest English and Chinese language newspapers. The territory has one of the world’s largest press industries and is a major centre for print journalism. An extensive list of Hong Kong newspapers including Oriental Daily News, Ming Pao, Sing Tao, Apple Daily, Hong Kong Economic Times and South China Morning Post.
- Apple Daily (Chinese: 蘋果日報)Leading daily newspaper in Hong Kong. The newspaper owned by Next Digital.
- Oriental Daily News (Chinese: 東方日報)One of the most the most widely circulated daily newspapers in Hong Kong. The newspaper published by Oriental Press Group Limited.
- Ming Pao (Chinese: 明報)Chinese-language daily newspaper in Hong Kong, owned by the Media Chinese International Limited. The newspaper has Canadian editions Ming Pao Vancouver and Ming Pao Toronto.
- Hong Kong Economic Times (Chinese: 香港經濟日報)Hong Kong’s financial newspaper published in Chinese-language. The newspaper contains articles about business, investment & financial, real estate, trade & industry, and IT news.
- South China Morning PostEnglish-language newspaper in Hong Kong features business, entertainment, sports and other news.
- Headline Daily (Chinese: 頭條日報)Free Chinese-language newspaper covering headlines real estate, business, stock market, financial news, sports, lifestyles, and entertainment.
- Sing Tao (Chinese: 星島日報One of the most widely read newspapers published in Hong Kong. The newspaper owned by Sing Tao News Corporation Limited. The Sing Tao has bureaus in major cities including Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Sydney, London, New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
- Hong Kong Economic Journal (Chinese: 信報財經新聞)Hong Kong based Chinese-language daily newspaper focuses on economic news, and business coverage.
- Sun (Chinese: 太阳报)The newspaper owned by the Oriental Press Group Limited.
- AM730Free Chinese-language newspaper published in Hong Kong.
- The Standard (In English)Fee English-language newspaper featuring health, sports, entertainment, business, and more. The newspaper owned by the SCMP Group.
- Hong Kong Commercial Daily (Chinese: 香港商報)Daily business newspaper provides analysis of financial markets, industries, and companies.
- Financial Times (online edition in Chinese)
- Wen Wei Po (Chinese: 文匯報)One of the leading Chinese-language newspapers.
- Metro Daily (Chinese: 都市日報)One of the largest daily newspapers in Hong Kong. The newspaper owned by the Metro International and published in traditional Chinese-language.
- Metro Broadcast
- Ta Kung Pao (Chinese: 大公報)Chinese language newspaper covering sports, business, entertainment, and community. The newspaper has many regional offices in mainland China, including Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Tianjin.
- Hong Kong Free Press
- Sing Pao Daily News (Chinese: 成報)Founded in 1939 Sing Pao is the oldest Chinese-language newspaper in Hong Kong. The newspaper provides local, national, and international news, as well as coverage of sports, business, health, education, entertainment, and more.
- Sky Post
- Kung Kao Po (Chinese: 公教報)Weekly newspaper in Hong Kong headquarters in 16 Caine Road, Hong Kong Island. The newspaper owned by the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong.
- Sunday ExaminerEnglish-language weekly newspaper owned by the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong. The Sunday Examiner distributed Catholic churches in Hong Kong.
- Wednesday Journal
- Hong kong China News Agency
- Discuss Forum
- ET Net
- Google news Hong Kong
- Yahoo news Hong Kong
- Hong Kong PostHong Kong’s one of a few Japanese newspapers.
- Television Broadcasts (TVB)
- The News Lens (關鍵評論網)HK edition of Taiwanese news site.
- BBC News – Hong Kong
- Bc magazineLeading magazine published in Hong Kong and featuring lifestyles, entertainment, arts, music, and more.
- East WeekChinese-language magazine published in Hong Kong. The magazine contains articles about women’s fashion, beauty, entertainment business, tourism, food, health care, celebrity, and more.
- Finance AsiaEnglish-language magazine published in Hong Kong and covering equity news, loan digest, financial sponsors, cash management, trade finance, business moves, private banking, and more.
- HK GolferAward-winning luxury golf and lifestyle magazine published by Times International Creation. This monthly publication, based in Hong Kong, features interviews with the sport’s biggest names, travel stories on the world’s greatest golf destinations as well as a wealth of lifestyle articles relating to horology, automobiles, wine and single malts. The magazine was founded in 2002.
- Muse Magazine
- Next MagazineWeekly magazine published in Hong Kong.
- Yazhou Zhoukan
- Ming Pao Weekly
- Milk magazine
- Prestige Hong Kong (Luxury, lifestyles, and society)
- Sai Kung & Clearwater Bay
- Typhoon Club
- Sports+Travel Hong Kong
- U Magazine
- Economic Digest
- marie claire
- ELLE Hong Kong
- Cosmopolitan HK
- TVB Weekly
- Oriental Sunday
- Arts of Asia
- Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
- Asia Literary Review
- Gafencu Men
- Passion Times (熱血時報)
These are newer competitors mostly operated online and through Facebook.
- Harbour Times (港報)
- Hong Kong Free Press
- Hong Kong In-media (香港獨立媒體網)
- House News (主場新聞)(Closed,The successor is Stand News (立場新聞))
- Local Press (本土新聞)
- Stand News (立場新聞)
- The News Lens (關鍵評論網)
- Mad Dog Daily (癲狗日報)
- FactWire (傳真社）
Independent Journalists operate on Facebook emerge, which breakfree from firm, since 2019 for the fear of editorial infiltration and censorship.
Free district posts
- Career Times
- China Daily Hong Kong Edition
- FactWire (investigative news agency)
- Hong Kong Free Press
- Sing Tao Goodies (every Monday and Wednesday)
- South China Morning Post (published continuously since 1903, except from December 1941 to August 1945)
- Young Post
- The Junior Standard
- The News Lens (bilingual news in English and Chinese)
- The Standard (formerly HK-iMail, and earlier Hong Kong Standard) a free newspaper
- The Student Standard
- Sunday Examiner (Roman Catholic)
From 10 September 2007, The Standard switched to free, advertising-supported distribution. The South China Morning Post  announced on 11 December 2015 that the Alibaba Group would acquire the South China Morning Post from Malaysian tycoon Robert Kuok, who had owned it since 1993. As of 5 April 2016, the South China Morning Post’s online content became free to read.
Hong Kong is also the base of regional editions of foreign English-language newspapers. The Wall Street Journal Asia is published in Hong Kong. The Asian editions of the International New York Times and Financial Times are also published in the city.