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"Fisherman of Kamchatka" changed his image
The oldest regional newspaper was preserved in Kamchatka
In the Kamchatka Territory, a new ambitious socio-political publication has been formed on the basis of the brand of the newspaper "Fisherman of Kamchatka". The updated number (completely color, with the volume of the 24 strip) was distributed on 13 August. The new structure of the newspaper reflects the editorial plans for a significant expansion of the audience: for some time having existed as a sectoral messenger, the publication intends to return the positions of one of the most influential media of the peninsula.
"Fisherman of Kamchatka" is one of the oldest newspapers in the Kamchatka Territory. The first edition of the publication (and then it was called "For high catches!") Was released in 1952 year. Since that time, the newspaper has changed its appearance and structure several times, first following the spirit of the era, and then - already at market times - skillfully maneuvering in the new economic conditions.
The new publication maneuver is not just a rebranding: along with a fresh layout, the newspaper set a course for active audience growth, offering readers a very entertaining combination of headings.
Employees of the newspaper, who had to work hard on the new version of Fisherman, say: “Now we have full color: not only in the printing sense, but also in the sense of filling the newspaper with variegated colors of various spheres of our life. Fishing, hunting, finance, tourism, cars ... "
According to Andrei Podlas, director of Kamchatsky Krai LLC, which produces the newspaper Fisherman of Kamchatka, "our task was to preserve one of the oldest newspapers, breathing new life into it. "Fisherman of Kamchatka" in a new format is a tradition multiplied by the present. "
Experts interviewed by EastRussia link the renovation of the "Fisherman of Kamchatka" with the desire of the present regional authorities to intensify information work within the region against the backdrop of integration processes that are currently taking place both at the level of the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District and between Russia and the APR countries. According to representatives of the Higher School of Economics, Kamchatka initially appeared in these processes as an outsider - due to geographical isolation, weak infrastructure and low activity of its own population.
Creation in these conditions of a strong regional socio-political publication, inheriting one of the main information brands, looks quite feasible task. The updated number already caused a rush demand in the booths of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky: the publisher temporarily fixed the selling price at the level of the old branch "Fisherman".