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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.

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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.........
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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.

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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 and they can be found on Facebook at

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