From the about us page of the website: "Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty journalists report the news in 23 countries where a free press is banned by the government or not fully established. We provide what many people cannot get locally: uncensored news, responsible discussion, and open debate."
The only private-run English-language paper in the Iranian capital.
From the "About Us" page of the website: "Financial Tribune rose to the demand of economic wisdom in 2014 after having pooled minds for a year on how best to help rebuild Iran's economic ties to the outside world. We are committed to providing news, views and analysis from distinguished Iranian economists, opinion-makers, academia and analysts. As such, our readership includes economic stakeholders, policy and decision-makers, investment firms, bankers and university instructors. We cater to the needs of people who have influence and can make a difference. Given the role and influence of the energy sector around the world, we have a special page for the domestic/global news and analysis on the oil, gas and power industries. The objective of accurate and timely reporting on prices of all listed commodities and shares, both Iranian and international, is demonstrated in our three full 'Market Monitor' pages every day. English-speakers interested in Iran's economic agenda are held in high esteem by our staff and those who contribute to our pages. The Financial Tribune believes in and contributes to responsible and transparent reporting related to economic Iran and international economic, energy, trade, industrial and financial developments."