Uls Turiin Toim

Uls Turiin Toim has a circulation of 1500 copies per issue in 2015. (Document ID-1) The newspaper was established in 2011 by journalist Ms. L. Munkhbayasgalan, who also used to own cable TV “Channel 2” which stopped operation. Currently L. Munkhbayasgalan runs a Talk show program “Uncensored talk” on C1 television. L. Munkhbyasgalan merged her newspaper Uls Turiin Toim with the newspaper Niigmiin shuudan of now editor-in-chief S. Enkhtuul. The newspaper’s slogans are: “Reviewing instead of reciing” and “We fight against corruption”. It is published 5 times a week with 8 pages in a broadsheet format. Currently the newspaper is owned by Niigmiin Shuudan Media LLC. The company is led by the editor-in-chief S. Enkhtuul, who used to own the newspaper Niigmiin shuudan which then merged with Uls Turiin Toim.

Key facts

Audience Share

2.9 % (1.300 daily)

Ownership Type

Private

Geographic Coverage

National

Content Type

paid

Data Unavailable

ownership data is not publicly available, company/channel denies the release of information or does not respond, no public record exists

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Media Companies / Groups

NShMedia newspaper 

Ownership

Ownership Structure

100

Individual Owner

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Facts

General Information

Founding Year

2011

Founder

Ms. L. Munkhbayasgalan

Affiliated Interests Founder

The newspaper was established in 2011 by journalist Ms. L. Munkhbayasgalan, who also used to own cable TV “Channel 2” which stopped operation. Currently L. Munkhbayasgalan runs a Talk show program “Uncensored talk” on C1 television. L. Munkhbyasgalan merged her newspaper Uls Turiin Toim with the newspaper Niigmiin shuudan of now editor-in-chief S. Enkhtuul.

Ceo

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Editor-In-Chief

S. Enkhtuul

Affiliated Interests Editor-In-Chief

Currently the newspaper is owned by Niigmiin Shuudan Media LLC. The company is led by the editor-in-chief S. Enkhtuul, who used to own the newspaper Niigmiin shuudan which then merged with Uls Turiin Toim.

Financial Information

Revenue (in Mill. $)

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Operating Profit (in Mill. $)

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Advertising (in % of total funding)

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Market Share

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Further Information

Meta Data

After handing out the MOM questionnaire, 4 phone inquiries were made to the newspaper. The company provided some information on phone. But the provided information was insufficient. There is no relevant information available to the public and it was difficult to find information about the newspaper.

Sources Media Profile

Mongolian Media Today 2016, Press Institute of Mongolia (Document ID-1); “Uls Turiin Toim” issues August, September, October 2016;
Interview with deputy-editor-in-chief L Ninjsemjid.

  • Project by
    Press Institute of Mongolia
  •  
    Reporters without borders
  • Funded by
    BMZ