List of Newspapers in Poland
Gazeta Wyborcza is a daily newspaper published in Warsaw, Poland. Covering the gamut of political, international and general news from a liberal perspective, Gazeta Wyborcza was Poland’s first post-communist independent daily newspaper.
Fakt is a Polish language tabloid-style daily newspaper published by German company Axel Springer SE through its joint-venture subsidiary Ringier Axel Springer Polska and is one of the best-selling papers in the country.
Super Express is a Polish tabloid published in Warsaw with a daily circulation of about 370,000.
Przegląd Sportowy is the oldest and now the only Polish sports daily, founded in 1921 in Kraków. In 1926 it initiated an annual, popular plebiscite for the Polish Sports Personality of the Year. Its current editor-in-chief is Paweł Wołosik.
Rzeczpospolita is a nationwide daily economic and legal newspaper in Poland. It is issued by Gremi Media SA. The paper’s title may be loosely translated as “commonwealth” or “republic”, a part of the traditional full name of the Polish state – Rzeczpospolita Polska.
Dziennik Zachodni (Katowice)
Dziennik Zachodni is a regional Polish newspaper distributed in Upper Silesia. Its headquarters is located in the city of Sosnowiec. Established in February 1945 by Stanisław Ziemba, it was initially a state-held daily.
Dziennik Gazeta Prawna is a Polish legal and business daily newspaper, headquartered in Warsaw and published from Monday to Friday. The paper focuses on law, taxes and finances. The publisher of DGP is the Polish company Infor Biznes.
The Gazeta Krakowska, is the largest regional daily newspaper in Kraków, Poland, published five times a week in that city. Gazeta Krakowska was established on February 15, 1949. It features articles about politics, business, economy, popular history, culture, society and sports, entertainment, as well as advertising.
Kurier Poranny is a daily newspaper located in Białystok, Poland. It was founded in 1990. It is also a daily newspaper in the Podlasie region. The English translation is “Morning Courier”.
Dziennik Bałtycki (Pomerania)
Puls Biznesu is a Polish-language daily newspaper devoted to business and economic issues.
Gazeta Olsztyńska (Olsztyn)
Gazeta Współczesna is a daily newspaper in the city of Białystok, Poland. It is also a daily newspaper in the Podlasie region. The English translation is “The Modern Newspaper”. There are two other newspapers in the city of Białystok and they are called Kurier Poranny and Teraz Białystok. It was founded in 1951.
Gazeta Współczesna (Białystok)
Gazeta Współczesna is a daily newspaper in the city of Białystok, Poland. It is also a daily newspaper in the Podlasie region
Parkiet Gazeta Gieldy or more commonly Parkiet is a Polish-language newspaper published in Poland. The paper focuses on business and financial news.
Tygodnik Powszechny is a Polish Roman Catholic weekly magazine, published in Kraków, which focuses on social and cultural issues. It was established in 1945 under the auspices of Cardinal Adam Stefan Sapieha. Jerzy Turowicz was its editor-in-chief until his death in 1999. He was succeeded by Adam Boniecki, a priest.
Nasz Dziennik is a Polish-language Roman-Catholic daily newspaper published six times a week in Warsaw, Poland. It is connected to the Lux Veritatis Foundation. Its viewpoint has been described as right-wing to far-right, and is supportive of the Traditionalist Catholicism “closed church”.
Sztafeta newspaper from Rzeszow, Poland
Korso newspaper from Mielec, Poland. Easy access to obituaries
Życie Warszawy is a Polish-language newspaper published in Warsaw.
The Krakow Post is an English-language newspaper based in Krakow, Poland. Owned by Lifeboat Limited since 2008, the monthly newspaper covers local and national news, politics, culture, business, sports, and human interest stories.
Warsaw Business Journal is an English-language weekly newspaper based in Warsaw, Poland.
Warsaw Voice: Polish and Central European Review is an English-language newspaper printed in Poland, concentrating on news about Poland and its neighbors. First released in October 1988, it is a general news magazine with sections on political, economic, social and cultural news and with opinions sections.
The Occupational Information Network is a free online database that contains hundreds of occupational definitions to help students, job seekers, businesses and workforce development professionals to understand today’s world of work in the United States.
Interia, formerly Interia.pl, is a large Polish web portal created in 2000 in Kraków, Poland. … and international headlines in the Polish language followed by business news, sports, motorization and new technologies, as well as online games, …
wykop.pl is a Polish social networking internet service, founded on December 28, 2005. It is modeled after the American website digg.com. The basic idea behind wykop.pl is the collection of potentially interesting internet-based information and making them available to users.
Telewizja Polska S.A. is a Polish state media corporation. It is the largest Polish television network, although viewership has been declining since at least 2010. About a third of TVP’s income comes from a broadcast receiver license, while the rest is covered by government subsidies, commercials and sponsorships.
Newsweek Polska is a Polish-language weekly news magazine published in Poland as the Polish edition of Newsweek.
Echo Dnia – Kielce regional daily newspaper established in 1971. It was among the best-selling regional newspapers in Poland. Privatized in 1991, a Kielce Agency of Trade and Marketing became his owner Acumen. On 8 July 1991, it had a new design and format.
Polityka is a center-left weekly newsmagazine in Poland. With a circulation of 200,050, it was the country’s biggest-selling weekly, ahead of Newsweek’s Polish edition, Newsweek Polska, and Wprost.
Wprost is a Polish-language weekly newsmagazine published in Poznań, Poland. Each month the weekly provides an English-language supplement, WiK English Edition, which focuses on concerts, exhibitions, and interesting weekend getaways, and an in-depth guide to Warsaw’s dining and nightlife.
Le Petit Journal was a conservative daily Parisian newspaper founded by Moïse Polydore Millaud; published from 1863 to 1944. Together with Le Petit Parisien, Le Matin, and Le Journal, it was one of the four major French dailies. In 1890, during the Boulangiste crisis, its circulation first reached one million copies.
Życie Warszawy is a Polish-language newspaper published in Warsaw.
This year the weekly newspaper celebrates its 30th birthday. On April 20, 1990, the first issue of the then “Oberschlesische Nachrichten.
Nowy Dziennik, with the English subtitle Polish Daily News, is a Polish-language daily newspaper published in New York City six days a week, by Outwater Media Group, based in Garfield, New Jersey.