Mongolian Newspapers, Magazines, and News Sites
The UB Post is an English-language tri-weekly newspaper published in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. Founded in 1996, the newspaper has both print and online editions. The UB in the paper’s title is a common shorthand for Ulaanbaatar.
Udriin sonin is the most widely read newspaper
Montsame is the official state-owned news agency of Mongolia. Montsame is an acronym for Mongolyn Tsakhilgaan Medee Mongolian: Монголын Цахилгаан Мэдээ, or Mongolian Electronic News. It was founded in 1921. It has permanent correspondents in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolian aimag centers, Beijing, and Moscow.
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MNB is an onscreen brand of what is officially known in Mongolian as Монголын Үндэсний Олон Нийтийн Телевиз 1, is a television channel owned by the Mongolian National Broadcaster, the official, state-funded broadcaster in Mongolia. On average, the channel broadcasts for 17 hours a day, from 07:00 to midnight.
Ünen is a Mongolian daily newspaper, the central organ of the Mongolian People’s Party. It was founded in 1920. During the socialist period it was the main print media, with a circulation of 145 000. It used to be known as Mongoliin Ünen.
Zuunii Medee Newspaper is Mongolian Epaper of Mongolia which belongs to the Asia region.
KCKS-LD, virtual channel 25, is a low-powered Buzzr-affiliated television station licensed to Kansas City, Kansas, United States. The station is owned by Heartland Broadcasting, LLC.
TV5Monde, formerly known as TV5, is a French television network, broadcasting several channels of French-language programming. It is an approved participant member of the European Broadcasting Union.