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Format:215x280mm

Average monthly audience100

Circulation10,000

Publishing frequency12 issues per year

Subscription660 Czech koruna

International subscription660 Czech koruna + shipping

Retail price per copy89 Czech koruna / 4,30 EUR

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Editor-in-chiefRudolf Stáhlich

Joined EISA in 2003

Published byATEMI

AddressVelvarská 45, 16000 Praha 6 - Dejvice, Czech Republic

Phone+42 023 302 55 16

Fax:+42 023 302 55 02

Email:rudolf.stahlich@eisa.eu

FotoVideo was founded in 1996, as a modern, European-style magazine under the name Advanced, with support from Czech photofair Interkamera. After a few months, its name was changed to FotoVideo. In around two and half years, FotoVideo caught up with the top photo magazines in Czech and Slovak republics. In 2006, FotoVideo won first prize in respected award ‘Magazine of the Year’ organized by the Czech Publishers´ Association.

FotoVideo is now the top selling photo magazine in the Czech Republic and focuses on the most modern digital techniques and the best of Czech and international photography. It is aimed at people who love photography and appreciate the beauty of a great picture, as well as those who are interested in new technologies and who follow news in the fields of photography, video and imaging.  FotoVideo runs the largest annual photography competition in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, called the Photographer of the Year.

FotoVideo offers articles aimed at helping readers with their technique, monitors the latest developments in all the fields of photography and photographers, practical help, tests and portfolios. Around 70% of readers are male, well educated, young-to-middle age and have a modern European outlook.

“Thanks to our membership of the prestigious European Imaging and Sound Association, FotoVideo is the only photography magazine in the Czech Republic that has the opportunity to compare and consult about the latest technology trends with renowned European periodicals, and offer the latest technology news to its readers.”