Hrvatski glasnik (Tuzla)

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Hrvatski glasnik
Croatian Messenger
Typemagazine
Founder(s)fra Petar Matanović
PublisherHKD Napredak
Editor-in-chiefMaja Nikolić
FoundedDecember 1992
Political alignmentCroats of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Languagecroatian
HeadquartersFlag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
CityTuzla
CountryBosnia and Herzegovina
Sister newspapersDnevni list

Hrvatski glasnik (english: Croatian Messenger) is monthly magazine published by HKD Napredak in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The magazine is published in Croatian and is popular among the Croats of northeast Bosnia.[1]

It was founded in December 1992 by franciscan fra Petro Matanović as the first Croatian magazine after the fall of communism. Dnevni list from Mostar is a sister newspaper.

The magazine promotes Croatian culture, folklore, literature, sport and music. It also writes about the news in the Catholic Church of Bosnia and Herzegovina.[2]

Chief editor of the magazine is Maja Nikolić, who succeeded after Juraj Novosel, university professor and historian.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Radio Soli i Hrvatski glasnik mediji koji Hrvate u Tuzli drže na okupu". poskok.info. Retrieved 31 May 2014. (in Croatian)
  2. ^ "Izašao novi broj Hrvatsoga glasnika". hnknapredak.com. Retrieved 26 October 2012. (in Croatian)
  3. ^ "Tuzlarije: Izabrana najljepša ljubavna pjesma". bhstring.net. Retrieved 31 May 2014. (in Croatian)