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Týden

Týden ('Week') is a Czech weekly newsmagazine, that focuses mainly on news and news analysis. Since 2000 it is published by Mediacop.

Týden was founded in 1994 and soon became part of the Axel Springer AG media concern. Four years later, the magazine was bought by Ringier, a Swiss publishing house which in turn sold it to the current owner, Swiss entrepreneur Sebastian Pawlowski.

Coming out every Monday, the over a hundred pages of Týden are structured into five main sections – News, World, Business, Culture, and Modern Life. The magazine offers regular supplements and extras, such as Bank of the Year, Cars, Investments, Living, Information Technology, etc.

The current Editor-in-Chief of the magazine, František Nachtigall, is a successor to Karel Hvížďala, Aleš Lederer and Dalibor Balšínek. The Týden staff include a number of Czech journalistic heavyweights, such as Martin Fendrych, Ondřej Štindl, Miroslav Korecký and Marek Šálek.

The readership of Týden is mainly urban people with higher education. As of August 2006, Týden had a circulation was 70 000.

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