Vakarų ekspresas

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Vakarų ekspresas (literally: Western Express) is the largest regional newspaper of Klaipėda city, Lithuania with daily circulation of 15,000–20,000 copies.

Vakarų ekspresas is published daily, except for Sundays. Its supplements include Eteris (TV guide), Autosalonas (automobiles), Sveikata (health), Litas prie lito (money advice), Jūros vartai (regional news), Kultūros uostas (culture) and Šeštadienis (Saturday). The newspaper is distributed in Klaipėda, Gargždai, Skuodas, Mažeikiai, Palanga, Kretinga, Plungė, Telšiai and Vilnius.

Established on September 15, 1990, Vakarų ekspresas developed from weekly Mažoji Lietuva (named after Lithuania Minor). On July 1, 1996 JSC Mažoji Lietuva was transformed into UAB Brolių Tomkų leidyba. In 1999, a web page was started http://www.vakaru-ekspresas.lt, which was changed to http://www.ve.lt in 2004.

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