To Periodiko

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To Periodiko
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EditorCostis Diogenous
CategoriesGeneral Interest
Circulation 12,000
Year founded1986
CompanyDias Publishing House
Country Cyprus
Based in Nicosia
Language Greek

To Periodiko(Greek: Το Περιοδικό), meaning the Magazine is a weekly magazine published in Cyprus. Its headquarters is in Nicosia. [1]

First issued in 1986, [1] the magazine is published by Dias media group which also owns Simerini newspaper and Sigma TV. At its peak it had a circulation of 25,000 copies. It is published in full colour and features columns on current events, lifestyle, politics and fashion. It is currently priced at CY£1.00 and its current circulation is 12,000 to 15,000 copies.

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  1. 1 2 The Middle East and North Africa 2004. Psychology Press. 30 October 2003. p. 282. ISBN   978-1-85743-184-1 . Retrieved 18 December 2016.