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The Sankei Shimbun
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet (54.6 cm x 40.65 cm)
Owner Sankei Shimbun Co., Ltd.
Publisher Nagayoshi Sumita
Founded June 20, 1933
Language Japanese
Headquarters Osaka & Tokyo
Circulation Morning edition: 2,191,587
Evening edition[1]: 635,988
(ABC Japan, October 2005)
Official website sankei.jp.msn.com

Sankei Shimbun (産経新聞 ?) is a daily newspaper in Japan published by the Sankei Shimbun Co., Ltd. (株式会社産業経済新聞社 Kabushiki-gaisha Sangyō Keizai Shinbunsha ?). It has the sixth highest circulation for a newspaper in Japan, and is considered as one of the five "national" newspapers[2]. Sankei Shimbun's name literally means "Industrial and Economic Newspaper".

On 1 October 2007, Sankei Shimbun's website and MSN Japan started a content partnership, MSN Sankei News[3].

Contents

Corporate profile

Tokyo Sankei Building
Namba Sankei Building

The Sankei Shimbun is part of the Fujisankei Communications Group and is 40% owned by Fuji TV. The company is also the owner of Osaka Broadcasting Corporation (OBC, Radio Osaka).

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The Sankei Shimbun Co., Ltd.

  • Puplishing newspapers: Sankei Shimbun, Sankei Sports, Yukan Fuji, Keiba Eight, etc.
  • Tokyo Head Office: Tokyo Sankei Building, 7-2, Otemachi Itchome, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
  • Osaka Head Office: Namba Sankei Building, 1-57, Minatomachi Nichome, Naniwa-ku, Osaka, Japan

Nihonkogyo Shimbun Company Limited

  • Name: Nihonkogyo Shimbun Company Limited (株式会社日本工業新聞社)
  • Newspaper name: FujiSankei Business i (フジサンケイビジネスアイ)
  • Tokyo Head Office: Tokyo Sankei Building, 7-2, Otemachi Itchome, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
  • Osaka Head Office: Namba Sankei Building, 1-57, Minatomachi Nichome, Naniwa-ku, Osaka, Japan

Famous corporate alumni

See also

References

  1. ^ Evening edition is published only for Kansai region.
  2. ^ Pharr, Susan J.; Ellis S. Krauss (1996). Media and politics in Japan. University of Hawaii Press. pp. 4. ISBN 0824817613. http://books.google.co.jp/books?id=6oqMZp1Z14AC.  
  3. ^ 産経Webは「MSN産経ニュース」に変わります, Sankei Shimbun, 18 September 2007 (Japanese)

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