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I have recently come across a couple of examples of co-produced newspapers. In some cases, there are simply different editions of the same newspaper, but with different titles. Sometimes, There are to separate newspapers that are joined together, with diferent editions, eventually becoming only one edition. See LV., LK., VP., Folkbladet, and Östgöten which illustrates two examples of this.
HOW are we to make articles about this? Separate for the different editions (as I have done)? Separate articles for the different newspapers, even for the part of the publication of dailies after they have become one newspaper?
- The issue is two-fold: firstly how the artcles about this should be structured, secondly how we should write in the story articles that the story has been reprinted in the newspaper (if there is no longer any difference at all between two papers, should they still both be mentioned?). Karl MAN (talk) 16:42, 8 November 2015 (CET)
How should a cover be named? I have always thought that Fantomen covers were to be be named "Fantomen etc.." even if it was first published in Norway or any of the other countries which Fantomen was co-produced with because the main work was done in Sweden. Now we have the case of Fantomet 9/2015 which was published August 20, while Fantomen 20/2015 was published September 24. Thus we have the article Fantomet 9/2015 cover. Should we do it like this? The co-production has changed a bit since Fantomet is nowadays published monthly. Karl MAN (talk) 14:49, 17 November 2015 (CET)
- The Fantomet 9/2015 cover is an exception, it was produced for the edition in Norway without any plans for use in Sweden (as told by the artist in a Facebook post). An opportunity to use it in Sweden came already the same year, but it could also have been put on hold for years or never used at all. Other covers are produced for the Swedish edition, but sometimes appear in other countries some days/weeks before due to practical reasons. Andreas (talk) 15:18, 17 November 2015 (CET)