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Playboy gets a competitor in Slovakia

A NEW Slovak premium magazine with a masthead reading Exclusive and a subtitle calling it “the magazine for a demanding man” has entered the Slovak print market. This is the first magazine released by a new publishing house called F-Media Publishing that is led by František Olah, the former head of the Mediavision publishing house that publishes the Slovak-

A NEW Slovak premium magazine with a masthead reading Exclusive and a subtitle calling it “the magazine for a demanding man” has entered the Slovak print market. This is the first magazine released by a new publishing house called F-Media Publishing that is led by František Olah, the former head of the Mediavision publishing house that publishes the Slovak-

licensed version of Playboy magazine, the medialne.sk website wrote.

Olah told medialne.sk that the focus of the new magazine will be extensive reporting on cars, luxurious toys, architecture, travel, fashion, hobbies and other interests of men, adding that the target group is Slovak men aged 35 and older.


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