The sale of newspapers in the Czech Republic rose in June by 0.5 percent to around 1.4 million papers a day. According to the Czech Publishers Association, who released the data on Monday, the number of papers being sold in this country has decreased year-on-year, however, by 8.5 percent. In June, the tabloid papers Blesk and Aha! both registered a rise in sales, as did the broadsheet Lidové noviny. Sales of financial daily Hospodářské noviny and broadsheet Právo remained around the same, while Mladá fronta’s sales dipped.
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