Dnevnik Newspaper

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Dnevnik
http://www.dnevnik.si
info@dnevnik.si
Kopitarjeva 2 and 4, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 308 2310
Fax386 (0) 1 308 2329
RegionSI-1
Published byDnevnik Publishing Company
Miran Lesjak, Editor in Chief
miran.lesjak@dnevnik.si
Tanja Lesničar Pučko, Cultural Section Editor
tanja.lesnicar@dnevnik.si
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Past Events
  • 29 August to 13 September 2015
    Countryside, an exhibition by photographer Luka Cjuha (Dnevnik Newspaper), at the 27th International Festival of Photojournalism Visa pour l’Image at Arsenal des Carmes in Perpignan, France
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  • 1 September to 16 September 2012
    Dnevnik's photographers Luka Cjuha, Jaka Gasar, Bojan Velikonja, and Tomaž Zajelšnik participating in the international daily newspapers exhibition Daily Press at the 24th International Festival of Photojournalism Visa pour l'Image, and competing for the 2012 Visa d’or Daily Press Award in Perpignan, France
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Originally launched in 1951 under the name Ljubljanski dnevnik [Ljubljana Daily], this newspaper was renamed ''Dnevnik'' in 1968. According to the Readership and readers survey by Valicon, Delo in 2018 was read by 118.000 people each day, which gives it a 7.4 per cent daily reach. The newspaper has correspondent offices in Celje, Kamnik, Koper, Kranj, Trbovlje, Novo Mesto, and Jesenice.

The cultural section of Dnevnik newspaper prepares one or two pages per day covering cultural events and cultural policy issues, including reviews, interviews, and reports.

Other editions

Dnevnik issues three supplementary editions – Nika, Pilot [TV programme], and Dnevnikov Objektiv [Dnevnik's Lens], a Saturday supplement. The Dnevnik Publishing Company publishes also Nedeljski dnevnik [Sunday Dnevnik] (since 1962), traditionally one of the most popular weeklies in Slovenia.

Cultural projects

Since 1988 the company has been bestowing the Best Actor Award in the Ljubljana City Theatre (MGL) for a role in the previous season. Recent winners have been Jure Henigman and Jette Ostan Verjup.

Together with Študentska založba Publishing House Dnevnik Publishing house co-organised the Fabula Festival up to 2012 and funds the Fabula Award for the best Slovene short story collection (since 2006).

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