Delo Publishing House (in English delo means "labour") is a public limited liability company that employs around 450 people, 200 in the journalist section (170 journalists, 9 in the cultural section) and others in the service sector (distribution, marketing and printing). Delo publishes the daily newspaper Delo, with 4 magazine supplements (Deloindom, Ona, Polet, Vikend). Other publications are: the daily tabloid Slovenske novice; the Sunday newspaper Nedelo, the Pogledi Newspaper on art, culture and society, and the specialised magazine Grafičar (graphic industry).
Delo Publishing House is also running three Internet portals Delo.si, Slovenskenovice.si and Pogledi.si as well as recognized annual events. Additionally Delo’s content is now available on mobile and tablet platforms
Journalistic and photographic archive
The Journalistic Documentation Department maintains one of the richest photographic and newspaper archives in Slovenia. The content of the recent years can be browsed on the Internet archive of the Delo online version but the archive on Dunajska street is also open for visits by appointment.
In the lobby of the Delo Publishing House there is also an occasional gallery with its programme closely linked to publishing or the company itself. It was initiated by a painter and syndicalist Lojze Adamlje and featured also the paintings by Marjan Skumavc who used to write the notorious "black chronicle" articles in the Delo newspaper for years.
Delo Newspaper for iPad, the newspaper covers all fields, from Slovene national and local politics and regional news to world events, culture, sport, economy and also commentaries and reports Delo's archives, the content from recent years can be browsed online (Delo online version) but the archive on Dunajska street, Ljubljana, is also open for visits by appointment Street billboards from Delo's promotional campaign, 2010 Pogledi Newspaper, established in 2010 as the only arts and culture periodical (printed fortnightly) in Slovenia