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Čikagos Aidas

Čikagos Aidas
Type Weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Publisher ETHNIC MEDIA, USA
Editor Leo Khodos
Founded 2003
Headquarters 704 S. Milwaukee Ave.
Wheeling, IL 60090
United States
Official website aidas.us

Čikagos Aidas (English: Echo of Chicago) is one of the largest Lithuanian-language weekly newspapers published abroad. It is distributed free of charge in the Chicago area of the United States. The full newspaper is available online and it also has its own radio station. As of 2010, the editor-in-chief is Leonid Khodos.

External links

  • (Lithuanian) Homepage
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