Nova Makedonija

Nova Makedonija (Macedonian: Нова Македонија, "New Macedonia") is the oldest daily newspaper in the Republic of North Macedonia. It was established with decision of the presidium of ASNOM and published by NIP Nova Makedonija.

Нова Македонија
Nova Makedonija
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The issue from December 27, 1944.
TypeDaily newspaper
FormatB2
PublisherRetro Print DOOEL Skopje
Editor-in-chiefAleksandar Dimkovski
General managerRatko S. Lazareski
LaunchedOctober 29, 1944; 77 years ago (1944-10-29)
LanguageMacedonian
RelaunchedApril 30, 2008; 13 years ago (2008-04-30)
Headquartersul. „Jurij Gagrarin“ br. 15
CitySkopje
CountryNorth Macedonia
Circulation7000 (as of 2019)
Websitewww.novamakedonija.com.mk
Free online archivesNo

HistoryEdit

 
Old logo

The first edition of Nova Makedonija came out during World War II in Yugoslav Macedonia on 29 October 1944, in Gorno Vranovci, and was written in unstandardized Macedonian language. The newspaper was published by the Agitation and Propaganda Commission at the Central Committee of the Macedonian Communist Party.

The unsuccessful privatisation of Nova Makedonija in 1994-1996 led to the disappearance of all its print outlets from the market, and the later entry of WAZ as the main foreign investor, with a resulting strong concentration in the print media sector (90% in 2003). WAZ withdrew in 2012, selling its publications to local investors.[1]: 17 

EkranEdit

Ekran (Macedonian Cyrillic: Екран) translated means "Screen" was a weekly magazine that was published by "NIP Nova Makedonija" and ceased to exist when the publishing company was closed in 1997. The magazine first started as an attachment to the daily newspaper Nova Makedonija.[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Elda Brogi, Alina Dobreva, and Pier Luigi Parcu, "Freedom of Media in the Western Balkans", study for the European Parliament's Subcommittee on Human Rights, October 2014, EXPO/B/DROI/2013/16
  2. ^ На денешен ден излезе „ЕКРАН“ – првата естрадна ревија во Македонија! Retrieved 06.05.2018 (Macedonian)

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