Undesnii shuudan is a daily newspaper with a circulation of 5000 copies per issue in 2015. (Document ID 1)The former editor-in-chief of Zuunii Medee newspaper, B. Ganbold, left that paper together with a group of journalists because of ownership disputes and launched in 2007 the newspaper “Undesnii Shuudan”. Its first issues were published with the title “Zuunii Shuudan”, but due to protests of Zuunii Medee the newspaper changed its title to “Undesnii Shuudan”. The newspaper has the motto “For healthy journalism”. Published 5 times a week, with 12 pages in broadsheet format, there is also an online version of the newspaper available for subscription. Undesnii shuudan is owned by Undesnii Shuudan NGO (Non-governmental organization). The company was recently changed into an NGO. The owner of Undesnii shuudan is B. Ganbold. He is a journalist and also editor-in-chief of the daily newspaper Mongoliin Unen, which belongs to the Mongolian People’s Party. There is not any information on affiliated business interests of the NGO. The newspaper did not provide information on advertisement revenues.
11.3 % (5.000 daily)
National & abroad
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Undesnii Shuudan NGO
Affiliated Interests Founder
B. Ganbold is a journalist and also editor-in-chief of the daily newspaper Mongoliin Unen, which belongs to the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP).
Chairman of the Board: B. Ganbold, also Founder of the newspaper.
Affiliated Interests Ceo
B. Ganbold is also editor-in-chief of the daily newspaper Mongoliin Unen, which belongs to the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP).
Deputy editor-in-chief: S. Onontuul
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The company expressed that it will not participate in the MOM survey on an inquiry phone call made after a week of handing out the survey questionnaire.
It was not easy to find information sources on the company, and no public information is available.
Mongolian Media Today 2016, Press Institute of Mongolia, (Document ID 1); “Undesnii shuudan”, 11. Oct. 2016;