Tabloid Slovenske novice remained the most widely read daily newspaper in Slovenia in the first half of 2007, followed by Delo and Dnevnik
Tabloid Slovenske novice remained the most widely read daily newspaper in Slovenia in the first half of 2007, followed by Delo and Dnevnik, the Slovenian Advertising Chamber said on Thursday, 23 August.
Slovenske novice top the list with average daily sales of 87,834 copies, Delo sells 65,212 copies, Dnevnik 47,731, Vecer 43,577 and business daily Finance comes in fifth with 12,285 copies sold.
Comparing the data between the first and second quarter, Dnevnik sold 1,299 copies less on average in the April-June period, Vecer sold 724 copies less and Slovenske novice was 606 copies down.
The numbers increased for Delo (by 743 copies), Finance (173 copies) and sports daily Ekipa (66 copies).
In spite of a drop in sales, Nedeljski dnevnik, a tabloid-style edition of daily Dnevnik, still tops the list of weeklies with 118,799 sold copies in the second quarter, down 5,594 copies from the previous quarter.
Weekly tabloid Lady took second place, followed by Nedelo, the Sunday edition of daily Delo, and religious weekly Druzina.
Zurnal remains the most widely read free weekly, while TV guide Vikend, published by Delo, continues to be the most read supplement, according to the Slovenian Advertising Chamber.
Source: Slovenian Press Agency STA
Author: STA, Slovenian National Press Agency