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"Novy put" ("The New Way"), a newspaper

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"Novy put" ("The New Way") (32-a, Komsomolskaya Street, Boksitogorsk Town), a weekly newspaper of the Boksitigorsk District. It was founded on Febtuary 11, 1953 as the organ of the City Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the City Soviet and was named "Znamya Kommunizma" ("The Banner of Communism"). From 1962 till 1965 the newspaper was not issued and in 1965 its publishing was resumed with the contemporary name. In 1991 the newspaper was re-registered as the organ of the local administration and the work collective. On the present days the newspaper founders are the Leningrad Oblast Committee for Information Policy and Telecommunication, the Administration of the Boksitogorsk District and the editorial board. The newspaper is published a time a week, its circulation is 3 thousand copies. The newspaper is distributed in the Boksitogorsk and Tikhvin District. The newspaper informs readers about the public and political life of the district, region and country, gives the independed analysis of events. From 2006 the supplement "Vestnik" ("The Herald") is published, the district municipal unions' legal documents are published in it. There are the local history columns: "Iz istorii rodnogo kraya" ("From the Native Land History"), "Po tropkam rodnogo kraya" ("On Pathes of the Native Land"), "U kostra" ("At the Campfire") and others. The public committee was organized under the newspaper editorial board; round-table discussions and meetings with veterans are held and the District leaders took part in these events. Every year on the Mass Media Day meetings and awardings the part-time authors are held. Journeys of the editorial staff to settlements of the district are organized.

Ansberg, Olga Nikolayevna

Leningrad Oblast, the/Boksitogorsk District
Leningrad Oblast, the/Boksitogorsk District/Boksitogorsk Town/Komsomolskaya Street
Leningrad Oblast, the/Tikhvin District

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