Dnevnik (Skopje)

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Dnevnik
Дневник
Dnevniklogo.png
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s)
Krug DOO (1996-1999)
WAZ-Mediengruppe (2004-2012)
Media Print Makedonija DOOEL (2012-2017)
Media Print DOOEL (2017)
Founder(s) Branko Geroski
Aleksandar Damovski
Mile Jovanovski
President Aleksandar Dinev[1]
Editor
Branko Geroski (1996-2004)
Katerina Blazhevska (2004-2012)
Darko Janevski (2012-2017)
General manager Srgjan Kerim[2]
Jana Stanisavljeva
Sports editor Zlate Lozanovski[3]
Staff writers 60 (2017)[4]
Launched March 20, 1996; 22 years ago (1996-03-20)
Language Macedonian
Ceased publication June 13, 2017[5]
Headquarters Skupi bb
City Skopje
Country Macedonia
Circulation 60.000 (as of 2004)[1]
Sister newspapers Utrinski vesnik, Vest, Tea Moderna
Website www.dnevnik.mk
Free online archives No

Dnevnik (Macedonian: About this sound Дневник ) was the first private[6] daily newspaper in Macedonia.

History and profile[edit]

Dnevnik was first published on 20 March 1996.[7][8] The founders were Mile Jovanovski, Branislav Gjeroski and Aleksandar Damovski. It is published every day except Sunday. Its last editor was Darko Janevski.[9]

On Friday, a supplement called Antena is also published with the newspaper. On Saturday, Vikend is also published with Dnevnik.[7]

Dnevnik ceased circulating on June 13th 2017.[10][11]

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