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Friday, 14 October 2011

Slavic media changes newsletter 57

New Russian health and beauty magazine launched





Russian publisher SweetGroup has launched a new health and beauty magazine Zdorovie. Krasota.

It will appear bi-monthly with 120,000 copies circulation and will be distributed in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan.

More information at http://www.slavicmediaonline.com/article_slavic-media-changes-newsletter-57_41_2782



Edipresse Polska has started a new celebrities fortnightly magazine





A new fortnightly women's magazine Flesz has been launched by Polish publisher Edipresse Polska. Flesz is a magazine on lifestyle and celebrities.
The first issue has come out on 124 pages.........
More detailed information at http://www.slavicmediaonline.com/article_slavic-media-changes-newsletter-57_41_2782




Polish motoring magazine Cars shut down




Polish magazine Cars, which has existed for 2 years on Polish market, has ceased.
It was published by the publisher Wydawnictwo Zwierciadlo with 15,000-16,000 copies.

Its Editor-in-Chief Wojtek Jakobczyk and the editorial team has gone freelancing.



Editorial changes at Russian Esquire magazine




Dmitri Golubovsky, the former Deputy Editor at Russian Esquire, has been appointed its Editor-in-Chief, after their Editor-in-Chief Filipp Bakhtin left the publication.

Esquire has been published by Sanoma Independent Media in Russia since 2005 with 135,000 copies' circulation.

Continue reading at http://www.slavicmediaonline.com/article_slavic-media-changes-newsletter-57_41_2782




A new daily newspaper Dnevne novine in Montenegro




A new daily newspaper Dnevne novine has appeared in Montenegro.
The Greek publisher Media Nea and Restis group are behind its launch.
Their website will be at http://www.dnovine.me and they can be found on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/dnovine.

More information at http://www.slavicmediaonline.com/article_slavic-media-changes-newsletter-57_41_2782

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