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Dnevnik press undertaking was established in 1951 by the Ljubljana SZDL Conference who gave up the ownership in 1989. Since 1991, Dnevnik, d.d., has been a joint stock company. In 1996, the ownership transformation in accordance with the Ownership Transformation of Companies Act was completed in the company leading to a change in the capital structure. The main business activity of Dnevnik, d.d. is regular publishing of the daily Dnevnik which was published for the first time on 2 June 1951 as the Ljubljana Daily. It was published in the afternoon and covered, in particular, the Ljubljana Basin as well as a part of the Gorenjska Region and Dolenjska Region. On 1 April 1968, the Ljubljana Daily became Dnevnik, and in 1970 it received its current format. Throughout the years, the time of publishing was shifted towards morning hours, and in 1988 the first morning edition was published. In that time, the newspaper was delivered across Slovenia. It is published 6 times a week. Dnevnik, d.d. also publishes the Sunday edition Nedeljski dnevnik. The first edition of Nedeljski dnevnik was published on 7 January 1962. Apart from these two editions the company also publishes the following supplements: Pilot, Mod Dom, Nika, Doktor, Oddih etc. Since 1998, Dnevnik has also been available online. Časnik Dnevnik has also developed themed advertising supplements that are published as part of the daily newspaper. Sections Employment & Career and Gazelle Companies have also gained on popularity and readership. In August 2009, Dnevnik, d.d. acquired trade names of Razvedrilo, d.o.o. editions, and has ever since, published puzzle magazines for all age groups of advanced puzzlers and beginners.

Its rich newspaper publishing history, long-lasting tradition of publishing, quality journalism, position in the market of print media as well as its role and significance for the Slovene society place the press undertaking Dnevnik among leading media companies in Slovenia.

Dnevnik’s vision is to become a leading publishing company of print and electronic editions in Slovenia, and to generate higher yields than the most successful competitors in the industry, by integrating media and business opportunities.



For our loyal client – the company Dnevnik – we have created a hybrid mobile application Časnik Dnevnik.

The application allows to review the print edition of the daily Dnevnik as well as its supplements Objektiv, Pilot, Nika, Moj dom etc. The application allows reading in both graphic and text mode (as in an online application). The application allows you to browse through the archived editions of Dnevnik as well. Once downloaded from the Internet, the edition is saved locally on your device and remains there until you delete it. Once the edition is downloaded onto your device, you no longer require an internet connection to read the paper.

The hybrid application has been created on the IONIC platform. Hybrid application is an online application in its essence but is included in a “light container” of native application allowing it to use certain functionalities of native platform and to access hardware of the device (camera, calendar, push notifications, display gestures…) which online applications usually have no access to.

Just like online applications, hybrid applications are also created with commonly used front end technologies, such as JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS3, allowing them to function on all platforms. Just like native applications, the hybrid ones can also be accessed via app stores (Apple App Store and Google Play).

Back end of Dnevnik application was created with .NET MVC. The application can be accessed from both Android and IOS devices.

Enjoy reading the daily Dnevnik and its supplements anywhere at any time. Print-edition-like appearance, online-reading-like experience.