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Monday, 14 March 2011

Slavic media changes newsletter 28

All media changes are reflected in our media directory RussianMediaOnline.com.
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The Editor-in-Chief of Russian Forbes has left his position





As the Russian publisher Axel Springer Russia has announced today, Forbes Editor-in-Chief Maxim Kashulinsky has left the business magazine after his six years' stint, as of March 14, 2011.

His position is filled in by his Deputy Editor Kirill Gorsky, who is the Acting Editor of the publication. In the past Kirill was a Deputy editor-in-chief of Russian business newspaper Vedomosti.

Kirill Gorsky can be reached at kirill.gorsky@axelspringer.ru
and the editorial team of Forbes Russia can be contacted on info.forbes@axelspringer.ru.

Forbes Russia is to see on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/forbesrussia.
The publisher's announcement can be found here: http://www.axelspringer.ru/company/news/detail.php?ID=14350.

Maxim Kashulinsky has started as a Director General of Online business daily Slon.ru. He twits at http://twitter.com/kashulinsky.




Cosmopolitan is now in Armenia





Cosmopolitan Armenia has been launched this month in Yerevan. The local edition will be published in Armenian language with over 30% of their original content. It covers beauty, fashion, relationships and gives experts' advice.

It will appear monthly with 5,000 copies' circulation. It is published by Media Partners CJSC.

Its Editor-in-Chief Hrachuhi Utmazyan and the editorial team can be reached at info@cosmo.am.

They are present on Twitter at http://twitter.com/cosmoam and on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CosmoAM.
The magazine's website is already available at http://www.cosmo.am.



Russian magazine St. Petersburg Investment Guide nominated for a prize in the nationwide contest






Russian magazine St. Petersburg Investment Guide has been nominated for a prize in the nationwide contest in the category the Best Corporate Media.

It is a quarterly bi-lingual business publication in Russian and English languages, covering investments in St Petersburg, its investment climate, market analysis of its real estate and business developments, its economic, financial and legislative changes. The magazine provides interviews with businessmen and local officials, and gives assessment of the situation on the local investment market.

As we have been told by their Editorial Assistant and Press Officer Svetlana Afonina, the magazine targets strategic investors, businessmen, top executives and managers of government agencies.

It is published with 5,000 copies' circulation. FPC costs 100000.00 RUR.


Their publisher Saint-Petersburg Agency for Direct Investments is present on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Санкт-Петербургское-агентство-прямых-инвестиций/200053986672562?sk=info.

The magazine is also distributed at trade fairs and trade exhibitions such as: MIPIM Cannes (Cannes), MIPIM Asia (Hong Kong), Expo Real (Munich), Transport of Russia, St. Petersburg International Economic Forum and International Investment Forum (Sochi).

Svetlana Afonina can be reached at pr@spadi.spb.ru.





A new Director at Slovak radio station Jemne melodie




Martin Hauptvogel will be a new Director of commercial Slovak national radio station Jemne melodie. Prior to this he was Sales Director at TV Markiza. Martin has been with TV Markiza since 2006.

Jemne melodie is the entertainment radio station, which boasts to have 325,000 listeners daily.

The editorial team can be reached at jemnemelodie@jemnemelodie.sk.

The prime program of the station is the morning Prijemne rano s Evou with various topics, opinions and insights.
Its editorial team and the presenter Eva Pribylincova can be contacted on rano@jemnemelodie.sk.

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