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Sportske novosti

Sportske novosti is a Croatian daily sports newspaper based in Zagreb. It was established on 9 August 1945 as Ilustrirane fiskulturne novine weekly newspaper. Several months later, on 10 December 1945, its name got changed to Narodni sport. From March 1949, its publishing frequency increased to twice a week, and from 1951 to three times per week. In 1962 it was acquired by the Vjesnik publishing company. Its name was changed to Sportske novosti on 1 March 1962 and from then on it was published five times per week. Since 1967 it was published six times per week (every day except on Sundays). From 1974 to 1987 it had a circulation of 100,000 copies which turned Sportske novosti into the most popular sports newspaper in Yugoslavia. In 1952 it established the annual Sportsman of the Year (Sportaš godine) and Sportswoman of the Year (Sportašica godine) awards for notable achievements in Yugoslav sports, selected by the jury of sports journalists from around the country. In 1990 it also began presenting awards for Men's Sports Team of the Year (Momčad godine) and Women's Sports Team of the Year (Ekipa godine) for notable achievements in Croatian team sports. In 1999 it was acquired by Europapress holding publishing company and since 2001 it is regularly published on Sundays. Late... ()

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Countries covered: HR

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Fischer | Data Science. ID: MEDIA:29244, Added: 08/04/2020, Last updated: 03/01/2021