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Front page of the March 2009 issue.
The Krakow Post is an English-language monthly newspaper based in Kraków, Poland owned by Lifeboat Ltd. It covers local and national news, politics, human interest stories, culture, business, and sports and uses only original content. It came under new ownership in April 2008, beginning with the May 2008 issue (edition 43). From May 2008 until December 2010, the editor in chief was Anna Spysz. Beginning with the January 2011 issue, Jamie Stokes took over as editor in chief. The newspaper came under new management and was relaunched in a magazine format in November 2012, published under licence by Krakow Media.
Broadsheet format (289 x 390 mm), 32 pages, full colour. The ISSN of the paper 1898-4762.
- Krakow Post website
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