Dnevnik (Serbia)

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Type Daily newspaper
Format Newspaper
Owner(s) Dnevnik Vojvodina press
Editor Miroljub Mijuskovic
Founded November 15, 1942
Headquarters Bulevar oslobođenja 81,
21000 Novi Sad,
Serbia
Circulation 25,000[1]
Official website www.dnevnik.rs

Dnevnik (Serbian: Дневник), lit. Daily news, is a Serbian language daily newspaper, published in Novi Sad, Serbia.

The newspaper was founded during Axis occupation in 1942, and its original name was Slobodna Vojvodina (Free Vojvodina). The first issue was published on November 15, 1942 as an organ of the provincial people's liberation board for Vojvodina in an underground printing house in Novi Sad. Its first editor was Svetozar Marković Toza who was later executed by the Axis occupation authorities on February 9, 1943 and subsequently proclaimed a people's hero by the Yugoslav post-World War II communist authorities.

On January 1, 1953, the newspaper's name was officially changed to Dnevnik.

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  1. ^ http://www.rtv.rs/sr_lat/vojvodina/novi-sad/dnevnik-proslavio-70.-rodjendan_353060.html

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