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Dnevnik's predecessor, Ljubljanski Dnevnik, was founded by the Slovene National Liberation Front and developed into one of the country's leading newspapers. However it has been steadily losing readers since 2004. Its majority shareholder, the Slovenian publisher DZS, has been struggling with major financial problems since 2012.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Centre-left
Circulation: 32,000 (2014)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday
Visits per month: 1.000.000 - 5.000.000
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Publisher: Dnevnik, družba medijskih vsebin, d.d.
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1951

Kopitarjeva ulica 2, 1000 Ljubljana
Phone: 00386 1 308 23 00
Twitter: @Dnevnik_si

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1.  Dnevnik - Slovenia | 22/10/2014

Juncker's inspired shuffling of posts

After Alenka Bratušek failed her European Parliament hearings it has been confirmed that the Slovenian Violeta Bulc will be in charge of the transport portfolio ... » more

2.  Dnevnik - Slovenia | 09/07/2014

Slovenia's new political star lacks a programme

In the polls ahead of the snap parliamentary elections in Slovenia on July 13, the new party Stranka Mira Cerarja, led by lawyer Miro Cerar ... » more

3.  Dnevnik - Slovenia | 08/04/2014

Is Fidesz poised to swing to the right?

Hungary's right-wing conservative ruling party Fidesz won a clear victory in parliamentary elections on Sunday. But while Fidesz won around eight percentage points less of ... » more

4.  Dnevnik - Slovenia | 10/10/2013

Prevent tragedies with modern technology

With today's modern technology refugee tragedies like the one off Lampedusa are basically avoidable, the left-liberal daily Dnevnik comments, and calls on the EU to ... » more

5.  Dnevnik - Slovenia | 29/01/2013

Slovenia's top athletes can make things happen

Slovenian winter athletes continued chalking up victories on the weekend. Skier Tina Maze won the World Cup slalom race in Maribor, while snowboarder Rok Marguč became world ... » more

6.  Dnevnik - Slovenia | 07/01/2013

President has no intention of giving up

Assad made it perfectly clear in his speech on Sunday that he intends to continue with the civil war to the bitter end, the left-liberal ... » more

7.  Dnevnik - Slovenia | 08/08/2012

Slovenia's Olympic winners are old-school heroes

Slovenia has so far won five medals at the 2012 Olympic Games. The winners are all over 30, and the oldest is 49. They are ... » more

8.  Dnevnik - Slovenia | 04/04/2012

Shock austerity programme in Slovenia

Slovenia's public sector unions announced on Friday that they will strike against the austerity plans of conservative Prime Minister Janez Janša, who wants to cut ... » more

9.  Dnevnik - Slovenia | 04/01/2012

EU remains toothless

Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán need not fear the EU, writes the left-liberal daily Dnevnik: "Orbán has observed during his second term of office that ... » more

10.  Dnevnik - Slovenia | 09/12/2011

Croatia must earn its EU accession

Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor signs the agreement for the country's accession to the European Union at the EU summit today, Friday, in Brussels. Croatia ... » more


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