The following outlets were selected for C3EU media analysis:
Selected Media Outlets: Ukraine
|Selected outlet||Ownership||Readership||Editions||Circulation||Additional notes|
|Den’ (Day)||“Nova Informatsiya” LLC. Beneficiary: Roman Vavrysh (“Fatherland”, “People’s Front”)||137,760 readers from 18 to 65 (0,9% Cvr.) of one newspaper issue||4 times per week (hard copy edition + online edition)||62,500 issues (Ukr.; the same in Rus.); 7,025 issues (Eng.). Representative offices in Vinnitsa, Poltava, Kyiv, Lviv and Cherkasy||News, political and economic analytics; also focus on culture|
|Segodnya National||LLC “Media Group Ukraine”. Stock-holder: “System Capital Management”, Rinat Akhmetov||508,200 (3.6 Cvr.) readers of one newspaper issue (TNS MMI 2016/2+3)||daily, 4 times a week, Tuesday-Friday (hard copy edition + online edition)||230,000 copies (in Rus. and together with regional issues in Kiyv, Kharkiv, Odesa, Dnipro)||News, political and economic analytics. Among top-10 readerships|
|Komentarii||LLC ‘Publishing House “Komentari” Serhiy Kurochkin (allegedly)||60,000 readers of the e-version per day||hard copy edition once a week (on working Mondays) + online edition||500 copies a week (Rus.).
20,000 issues (Ukrainian)
40,000 issues (Russian) per month
|News, political and economic analytics. Target — business. Critical to European course|
|Gazeta po-ukrainsky (Gazeta)||“Nova Informatsiya” LLC. Beneficiary: Roman Vavrysh. Allegedly: Kostyantyn Zhevago, Ivan Vasyunik||0.9 Cvr.
TSN Ukraine 2014/2 + 2014/3 – 150,570 readers of one issue
|hard copy edition: twice a week on working Tuesdays and Fridays + online edition||Tuesday edition – 400,370 copies; Friday edition – 295,580 copies a week (in Ukr. with quotes in Russian).
Editorial offices in Kiev, Lvov, Vinnytsia, Poltava, Cherkasy
|Focus on local events, rarely addressing political issues. Among top-10 readerships|
|Dzerkalo Tyzhnia (DzT)||LLC “ZN”. Publishing house “Ormos”. Owners: Yuryi Orlikov,
Yulia Mostova, Oleksii Mostovyi, Volodymyr Mostovyi
|265,200 readers of one issue, hard copy + online version||hard copy edition – weekly (separate editions in Russian and Ukrainian) + online edition||57,000 issues (in 2006), Kyiv||In-depth analytics. Audience: decision-makers, practitioners. Liberal, non-partisan|
|Ukrayina Moloda (UM)||Private Enterprise “Ukrayina Moloda”. Main editor Mykhailo Droshenko, close to Victor Yushchenko||120,000 readers a week||hard copy edition – daily, 5 times per week + online edition||99,000 issues, Kyiv||Liberal, affordable. Caters to a younger audience, addresses local issues|
|Uryadovyi Kur”yer (UK, Kur”yer)||Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine||100,000 readers of one issue||hard copy edition – daily, 5 times per week + online edition||500,000 issues per month||A newspaper of the Ukrainian government|
|Holos Ukraiiny (Holos)||The Supreme Council of Ukraine||hard copy edition – daily, 5 times per week + online edition||204,694 copies per month (in 1999), in Ukr. and Rus.||A newspaper of the Ukrainian parliament|
Selected Media Outlets: Israel
|Yediot Ahronot||Private: Moses family and Eliezer Fishman||-popular
-in public- everybody
– owners- writers- subscribed readers “elite, anti-Bibi”
|Daily and extended on weekends||35.4% (July 2014-June 2015).
350,000 on weekends
|Israel Hayom (On-line edition)
||Private: Sheldon and Miriam Edelson||-popular (but “elites” are more critical to it)
|Daily and extended on weekends||39.8% (July 2014-June 2015).
Printing – 275,000 daily, 400,000 on weekends
|Kul Al Arab*||Private ownership by Al Arab Group||The “Israeli –Arab People’s Newspaper”. Not attached to any political side||On weekends
|30% of the Arab-Israeli Population. Printing 30,000|
Selected Media Outlets: Palestine
|Private ownership. 2nd generation of Abu Zalaf family. But linked to the PLO.||The most common newspaper on the West Bank. Linked to the PLO||Daily broad-sheet
|Printing 20,000. 81.1% of the 18+ population in the West Bank|
|Al Ayam*||Private ownership by Bashar El Masri||Mainstream||Daily. Regular editions on weekends as well
|The 2nd on the West Bank. Exact Number is not available but less than 20,000|
* were not representative in terms of EU coverage