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Friday, 24 June 2011

Slavic media changes newsletter 44

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Ukrainian Kiev daily ceased

Gazeta po Kievski has ceased its publication after having resumed it for a short period.
It has appeared in Kiev for last 8 years.
Its online edition is still live and the Project Manager Vyacheslav Manger and the editorial team can be contacted on

New editor at Polish women's web portal

Monika Stachura has been appointed for the position of Project Manager and Editor of

She can be reached at
Monika has worked at several business and legal magazines and websites, Zarzą among them.

Bloomberg Businessweek Polska to be published anew in Poland this autumn

Bloomberg Businessweek Polska will be published by Point Group Business Unit and will appear fortnightly, with 68 pages and expected circulation around 30,000 copies.

Michal Kobosko will be the editor of Bloomberg Businessweek Polska (

Their PR Manager Anna Pawlowska-Pojawa can be reached for further information at

Ukrainian online entertainment and city guide with a new publisher

Ukrainian Media Holding has bought the online city guide from FineWeb.

The website covers entertainment and cultural events, including theater, cinema plus restaurants and nightlife in Kiev. It has over 200,000 unique visitors per week.

The Editor Natasha Kalinina and the editorial team can be contacted on

Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Slavic media changes newsletter 43

A new motoring Internet resource in Russia is a new project of the publishers of Russian newswire Lenta.Ru. It's an online magazine about cars, car tests, roads and car racing.

It includes automotive news, auto market and auto industry news, test drives of newest models, comparative tests, analytical reviews of law regulations.

Its Editor-in-Chief Mikhail Tsymbal and the editorial team can be reached at

Russian glossy lifestyle magazine for men Medved to cease in July 2011

Russian magazine Medved (The Bear) will apparently appear for the last time and will be shut down in July 2011, after 16 years on the market. It was launched in 1995, and published by Forward Media Group with 10 issues per year and 85,000 copies' circulation.
It is not clear if the online edition will stay live. Its Editor Boris Minaev can be contacted so far on

Jadwiga Sztabinska appointed a Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Polish Dziennik Gazeta Prawna

As of July 1 Jadwiga Sztabinska will be the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (Daily Legal Newspaper) published by Infor Biznes.

Sztabinska has worked at legal desk of Rzeczpospolita newspaper for the last two years, where she has written on labor law and social security. Prior to this in 1995-2005, she worked at Infor publishing as the editor of the weekly Prawo Przedsiebiorcy (The Entrepreneurs law) and the deputy editor of Gazeta Prawna.

She will be able to be reached at

Dziennik Gazeta Prawna is a Polish business daily with essential legal and economic information targeting business managers and professionals.

Ukrainian magazine Lichniy schet on personal finance changes its profile

The magazine Lichniy schet (Personal account) has become a business publication, leaving the segment of personal finance. It has been published by the publisher Galitskiye kontrakty since 2004. It is a monthly publication with 76,900 copies' circulation.
The Editor-in-Chief Dmitri Gongalsky and the editorial team still can be contacted on

Editorial changes at Serbian political and news magazine Alo

Antonije Kovacevic has left his position of the editor of Alo magazine due to difference in views on its development as of its publisher Ringier Axel Springer d.o.o. Kovacevic has served on this post since 2009.
Acting Editor-in-Chief Dusko Vukajlovic, who was a deputy editor prior to this, and the editorial team can be reached at