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There are three daily newspapers in Fiji: the Daily Post, the Fiji Sun and the Fiji Times. The Fiji Times is the largest, with a Monday to Friday circulation of around 20,000; it is also the oldest newspaper in the country, having been established in 1869. Weekly papers include: Nai Lalakai, Shanti Dut, Na Tui and Sartag. Shanti Dut and Sartag are Hindi-language newspapers. The state runs the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, a radio broadcaster, as well as Fiji TV. Sky Fiji is the one subscription television service available in the country. The Media Decree of 2010 regulates media and broadcasting – it requires that media outlets be 90% Fiji owned and punishes the production of content that is against public order with a two-year jail sentence.