The Spektator

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The Spektator
Cover of issue two of the Spektator.jpg
Cover of issue two of the Spektator
Type Monthly Magazine
Format A4
Owner(s) Tom Wellings
Publisher Gwladys Street Publishing
Editor Chris Rickleton
Founded 2007
Language English
Headquarters Kyrgyzstan
Circulation 1,500
Official website

The Spektator is Kyrgyzstan's only English language magazine.[1]

The magazine has been published since October 1, 2008, by Gwladys Street Publishing, a British owned company registered in Kyrgyzstan, and covers social and cultural issues in Kyrgyzstan and the wider Central Asian region. It also features a city guide to Bishkek, the capital city of Kyrgyzstan.

Its target readership includes Kyrgyzstanis with a good command of English, students at universities, foreign companies established in Kyrgyzstan, as well as foreigners who are either living and working in Kyrgyzstan now or who are preparing to do so.


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