Alik

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For the town in Azerbaijan, see Əlik. For the village in Iran, see Alik, Iran.
Alik
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Alik daily (12 September 2013)
Type Daily newspaper
Editor Terenik Melikian
Language Armenian
City Tehran
Country Iran
Website www.alikonline.ir

Alik (English: Wave) (Armenian: Ալիք) is an Armenian daily newspaper based in Tehran, Iran. It was founded in March 1931. Alik was initially a weekly, and beginning 1935 it started publishing once every two days. In 1941 it became a daily and has been published continuously. The current editor in chief is Terenik Melikian.[1][2][3]

The newspaper has its own publishing house and printing premises that publishes Armenian language and Iranian books. The newspaper has had various supplements including "Sharzhum", Student page, Literary section and "Page 404". Presently it continues publishing the "Khatchmerouk" youth supplement and "Mankakan Etch" for younger readers. In addition, Alik published the "Alik Monthly" (1961-1963) and "Alik Patanekan" youth biweekly.[4][5][6]

Alik published a special book celebrating its 75th anniversary.[7] It has its own building since 1998. The reported circulation is 4350 per issue.

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  1. ^ Andranik Hovian (2002). Iranian Armenians. Tehran: Center for International Cultura. pp. 75–76. ISBN 964-363-007-2. 
  2. ^ Janet D. Lazarian (2003). Encyclopedia of Iranian Armenians. Tehran: Hirmand Publisher. p. 198. ISBN 964-6974-50-3. 
  3. ^ Ismail Rain (1970). Iranian-e Armani. Tehran: AMIR KABIR PUBLISHERS. pp. 174–175. 
  4. ^ Ismail Rain (1970). Iranian-e Armani. Tehran: AMIR KABIR PUBLISHERS. pp. 174–175. 
  5. ^ Andranik Hovian (2002). Iranian Armenians. Tehran: Center for International Cultura. pp. 75–76. ISBN 964-363-007-2. 
  6. ^ Janet D. Lazarian (2003). Encyclopedia of Iranian Armenians. Tehran: Hirmand Publisher. p. 198. ISBN 964-6974-50-3. 
  7. ^ Alik Armenian Newspaper 75th Anniversary. Alik. 2006. 

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