Slovenia is one of the water rich in Europe with a dense river water.
To further complicate the situation, it involved a translator. @pontifex didn't ask about pizza, he asked out potica, a traditional Slovenian cake https://t.co/3Zu Nn Iza0a — Jon Sopel (@BBCJon Sopel) May 24, 2017 #Vatican clarifies: @Pontifex asks Slovenian @FLOTUS about @POTUS diet: "Do you feed him 'potica'? Sorry Italy, no pizza pic.twitter.com/hku6Fc0e UK — Catholic News Svc (@Catholic News Svc) May 24, 2017 Regardless, we’re going to stick with potica, because it’s a heck of a lot more interesting than pizza.
The media of Slovenia refers to mass media outlets based in Slovenia.
Television, magazines, and newspapers are all operated by both state-owned and for-profit corporations which depend on advertising, subscription, and other sales-related revenues.
The gross value of the advertising market in 2008 was of 522.5 million euro, 15% more than in the previous year.
The greatest share of advertising goes to television (55%), followed by print press (30%), outdoor media (7%), radio (4.4%) and online media (3.5%).