Plus JEDEN DEŇ
The company SPOLOČNOSŤ 7 PLUS was started in 1990 by three individuals from Slovakia. The paper was established in September 2006. It is one of multiple publications by the company including Plus 7 dní, Šarm, and Báječná žena.
On 28 March 2008, Plus JEDEN DEŇ protested against a law which it said would curb freedom of the press by publishing a paper with its front page blank except for a summary of criticisms of the proposed regulation. The legislation arose out of a European Union treaty and was controversial when proposed in the Parliament in Slovakia. When the law passed, the paper again printed a blank front page on 11 April 2008, save for a few lines which stated: "Dear readers, the parliament passed a media law that severely hits press freedom and editorial independence. It aims against the interests of the citizens and readers." The paper criticized that the law, which mandated publication of reader opinions, would flood the media to the point of creating laborious inefficiencies.
In his book Media Law in Slovakia, author Andrej Školkay called Plus JEDEN DEŇ part of, "the second most important media house" in Slovakia. Peter Barrer wrote in an article for the Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies that it was among "Slovakia's foremost print media outlets".
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- Andrej Školkay (2011). Media Law in Slovakia. Kluwer Law International. pp. 29–31. ISBN 978-9041134394.
- Andrej Školkay (2007). "The Slovakian Media Landscape". In Georgios Terzis. European Media Governance: National and Regional Dimensions. Intellect Books.
- "Slovak newspapers use identical front pages to condemn proposed new media legislation, EU". The Associated Press News Service. Bratislava. 27 March 2008.
- "Slovak newspapers condemn new media law, EU". Associated Press. Bratislava. 11 April 2008.
- Peter Barrer (1 April 2013). "A necessarily better place: Images of New Zealand in the Slovak mass media". Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies. 1 (1): 5–21.
- Monika Metyková and Lenka Waschková Císařová (October 2009). "Changing journalistic practices in Eastern Europe: The cases of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia". Journalism. 10 (5). doi:10.1177/1464884909106541.