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NameAngkor Thom Magazine
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Angkor Thom was first published byThong Saphai (ថុង សាផៃ) as a newspaper for three years, before it became a weekly magazine in February 1998. Since then, it has been owned by Seng Sitheang, Saphai’s son, and is one of the most read magazine in Cambodia, after Popular magazine, published every 10 days.  [CMRD, 2015]

Despite the fact that Angkor Thom is registered at the Ministry of Information with a circulation of 5,000 copies, it claims to have a regular circulation up to 35,000 copies per issue, over 85% of which are distributed nationwide, while the rest is distributed overseas (including the United States, Canada, France, Australia, New Zealand, Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam). While it mainly focuses on entertainment news, Angkor Thom also covers other various news aspects such as economic issues, arts & culture, sports, health & beauty, education, science and technology, both local and international. It does however not cover politically sensitive issues.

Angkor Thom has three affiliated media outlets:

  • The biweekly magazine Dara, which has been launched in 2005 and claims to have the same circulation of Angkor Thom,
  • Angkor Thom Media website
  • Nokor Thom daily newspaper
Audience Share17%
Ownership TypePrivate
Geographic CoverageNational
Content TypePaid
Sources
  • CMRD (2015). Media consumption survey
  • Angkor Thom Media website
  • Email correspondence with Angkor Thom Media Group (available upon request)
CompanyAngkor Thom Media Group

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