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Editor-in-Chief Štefan Hríb
Categories News magazine
Frequency Weekly
Publisher W PRESS
First issue 2004; 14 years ago (2004)
Country Slovakia
Based in Bratislava
Language Slovak
Website .týždeň

.týždeň (meaning Week in English) is a conservative weekly Slovak news magazine that appears in Bratislava, Slovakia.

History and profile[edit]

.týždeň was first published in December 2004.[1][2] Published weekly[2] by W PRESS S.A., the magazine focuses on topics relating to society, politics and culture. It is functional in shaping the public opinion in Slovakia.[1] The visual content is one of its distinctive aspects.[1]

The editor-in-chief of .týždeň is Štefan Hríb.[3] Journalists writing for .týždeň include Elena Akácsová, Peter Balik, Eva Čobejová, Marina Gálisová, Martin Hanus, Lukáš Krivošik, Juraj Kušnierik, Jozef Majchrák, and Francis Šebej.

Vladimir Čečetka and Ladislav Rehak have been major shareholders of W PRESS since its inception. Fedor Gál is on the supervisory board of the company. In late 2007, he was joined by the publisher Stephen Meszlen (of Komárom printers) and Rudolf Zajac. Ladislav Rehak sold his shares.


  1. ^ a b c ".týždeň". Bratislava Design Week. Retrieved 21 January 2015. 
  2. ^ a b Jim Colton (12 August 2013). "Photo Journal: Robert Csere and .týždeň". NPPA. Retrieved 21 January 2015. 
  3. ^ "Persecuted Slovak filmmaker Zuzana Piussi releases latest film through Piano". Piano Media. Bratislava. 21 November 2012. Retrieved 21 January 2015. 

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