Muzykalnaya Gazeta facts for kids
|Publisher||Publishing house “Nestor”|
|Circulation||20000 – 1500|
It was founded in Minsk by Anatoĺ Kiriuškin (Publishing house ”Nestor“) in 1996. The newspaper came out every week, then every other week, in Russian, and was traded in the Republic of Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia. The number of copies was 7,000–19,500. The last number in December 2007 was printed in 2,514 copies.
By 2003, the newspaper was published in color and wrote on West, Belarusian, and Russian music. Since 2003, the newspaper began to write only about Belarusian music (Western music moved to the new print “НОТ-7”), changed the design, and had 8 black and white pages from 16 left.
Because money, the newspaper was out of print since 2008.
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