Utrinski vesnik

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Утрински Весник
Utrinski Vesnik
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) Media Print Makedonija DOOEL
Founded 1999
Headquarters Skopje, Macedonia
Website www.utrinski.mk

Utrinski vesnik (Macedonian: Утрински весник; meaning The Morning in English) is a daily newspaper in the Republic of Macedonia. The paper was established in 1999.[1] The first issue of Utrinski vesnik was published on 23 June 1999. Its current editor is Erol Rizaov. It is published every day except Sunday.

In Friday, an addition called Magazin+ comes out together with the newspaper.

Utrinski Vesnik has been closed on 29 April 2017. With Dnevnik and Vest having closed as well, no daily paper remains active in Macedonia except Sloboden Vesnik.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Agnes Handwerk; Harrie Willems (January 2004). "WAZ and the Buy-out of the Macedonian Independent Press" (PDF). Press Now. Amsterdam. Retrieved 10 February 2016. 

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