Večer (Slovenia)

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Type Daily newspaper
Format Berliner
Owner(s) Delo, d.d.
Publisher Časopisno-založniško podjetje Večer, d.d.
Editor Tomaž Ranc
Founded 1945
Political alignment Centrism
Headquarters Slovenia
Circulation 131,000[1]
Official website Official website

Večer (English: Evening) is a daily newspaper published in Maribor, Slovenia. It was officially established on May 9, 1945 as a publication declaring the liberation of Maribor called Maribor svoboden (English: Free Maribor). Regular circulation started on May 25, 1945 under the name Vestnik. But it wasn't before 1949 that it became a daily newspaper. In 1952, the newspaper was renamed Večer.[2] Today it is the third largest daily newspaper in Slovenia(not counting tabloids) with a circulation of about 130.000 copies daily.

Slovenia's most influential newspaper company Delo, d.d. currently holds almost 80% of shares of Večer.

There are several weekly supplements and separate editions published by Večer:

  • Kvadrati (Squares) a supplement about home decoration and maintenance;
  • Bonbon (Bon bon) a lifestyle supplement;
  • Zmigaj se (Let's Move) about spare time activities;
  • TV Večer is a weekly TV guide;
  • V soboto (On Saturday) comments on politics, economy and culture by notable columnists;
  • 7 dni (7 Days) a family supplement;
  • Naš dom (Our Home) about design, trends and ambient;
  • Vroči Kaj (Hot What) is a separate erotic magazine.