Vilniaus diena

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Vilniaus Diena
Type Daily newspaper
Format compact
Owner(s) Hermis Capital
Publisher Diena Media News
Founded 2007
Language Lithuanian
Circulation 10,000 weekdays, 16,000 Saturdays
Sister newspapers Kauno diena
Website Vilniaus diena

Vilniaus diena (English: Vilnius Daily) is the Lithuanian language newspaper printed in Lithuania’s capital city Vilnius and attributed for the city.

History and profile[edit]

Vilniaus diena was owned by the Norwegian media group Orkla until 2006 when the paper was sold to Hermis Capital.[1] It is published by Diena Media News. The newspaper’s circulation exceeds 10 thousand on business days and over 16 thousand on Saturdays.


  1. ^ Vaclav Stetka (2012). "From Multinationals to Business Tycoons: Media Ownership and Journalistic Autonomy in Central and Eastern Europe". The International Journal of Press/Politics. 17 (4). doi:10.1177/1940161212452449. Retrieved 30 November 2014. 

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