Magyar Szó

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Magyar Szó
Magyarszo logo.svg
TypeDaily newspaper
PublisherMagyar Szó Lapkiadó Kft.
Founded24 December 1944; 74 years ago (1944-12-24)
LanguageHungarian
HeadquartersVojvode Mišića 1,
Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia
ISSN0350-4182
Websitewww.magyarszo.rs

Magyar Szó (lit. Hungarian Word) is a Hungarian language daily newspaper in Vojvodina, Serbia, it was founded in 1944, with the purpose of serving as the information source for the Hungarian minority of Vojvodina. It is published in Novi Sad. Magyar Szó is considered the main ethnic Hungarian media in Serbia and in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina.

Newspapers with same name[edit]

There was and is a number of newspapers that bare the same name. Here is a partial list of them:

  • Magyar Szó (1900–1907) – a daily newspaper published in Budapest at the beginning of the 20th century;
  • Magyar Szó (1919–1920) – belletristic weekly magazine, published in Oradea;
  • Magyar Szó (1929–1937) – a daily newspaper, published in Oradea;
  • Magyar Szó (London) – newspaper, briefly published by Hungarian diaspora in London, during and after the 1956 Revolution;[1]
  • Magyar Szó (New Zealand) – Bulletin of the Hungarian Community in New Zealand. ISSN 1171-8978.[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Magda Czigány (26 March 2009). "Just Like Other Students": Reception of the 1956 Hungarian Refugee Students in Britain. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 212–. ISBN 978-1-4438-0683-1.
  2. ^ Magyar Szo Archived 2009-04-23 at the Wayback Machine. Hungarian Consulate Records. Accessed May 21, 2012.

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