Denní Telegraf

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Denní Telegraf
TypeDaily newspaper
Owner(s)N Press
Editor Václav Musílek [1] [2]
Founded1994
Political alignment Right-wing
Ceased publication1997
Headquarters Prague

Denní Telegraf was a newspaper based in the Czech Republic. It was published from 1994 to 1997. [3] It served as a newspaper of the Civic Democratic Party. [4] [5] It was published by Nový Telegraf, s.r.o. [6]

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History

Denní Telegraf was founded in 1994 as a newspaper of the Civic Democratic Party. It has never been successful and Denní Telegraf ceased to exist in 1997. [4]

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