List of newspapers in Poland

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Below is a list of newspapers published in Poland. In Poland, the distinction between the broadsheet and tabloid newspapers is mostly format, as most newspapers converted to the latter in the early 1990s.

The daily circulation of national newspapers in February 2010, published by Związek Kontroli Dystrybucji Prasy (The Board of Press Distribution Control):

All-national daily newspapers[edit]

The number of national daily newspapers in Poland was 22 in 1950, whereas it increased to 55 in 1965.[1]

  1. Fakt—596,726
  2. Gazeta Wyborcza—437,013
  3. Super Express—312,656
  4. Rzeczpospolita—194,123
  5. Dziennik Gazeta Prawna—148,867
  6. Przegląd Sportowy—92,771
  7. Puls Biznesu—21,776
  8. Parkiet—15,176

Regional newspapers[edit]

All Polish regions have their own newspapers, mostly limited to the voivodeship where they are issued. In addition, all major national newspapers issue a daily attachment related to local topics.

Regional business newspapers also started in 2004, covering Warsaw (Biznes Warszawski), Gdansk/Gdynia (Biznes Trojmiejski), Poznan (Biznes Poznanski), Wroclaw (Biznes Wroclawski), and Slask (Biznes Slaski). These biweeklies are modeled on the U.S. business journal model.

Greater Poland[edit]

  1. Głos Wielkopolski
  2. Biznes Poznanski

Kuyavia and Southern Pomerania[edit]

  1. Gazeta Pomorska—43.65%
  2. Express Bydgoski—15.7%
  3. Nowości: Gazeta Pomorza i Kujaw—14.5%

Lesser Poland[edit]

  1. Gazeta Krakowska—29.2%
  2. Dziennik Polski—26.8%

Łódź Voivodeship[edit]

  1. Dziennik Łódzki (Łódź Daily) and Wiadomości Dnia (Today News)—28.31%
  2. Express Ilustrowany (Illustrated Express)—26.6%

Lower Silesia[edit]

  1. Gazeta Wrocławska—16.5%
  2. Słowo Polskie—4.7%
  3. Biznes Wrocławski

Lublin Voivodeship[edit]

  1. Dziennik Wschodni—18.6%
  2. Kurier Lubelski—13.8%
  3. Nowiny—0.2%

Lubusz Voivodeship[edit]

  1. Gazeta Lubuska—59.5%

Masovia[edit]

  1. Metropol—15.5% (free of charge)
  2. Metro—13.0% (free of charge)
  3. Życie Warszawy—4.0%
  4. Echo Dnia—2.3%
  5. Biznes Warszawski

Opole Silesia[edit]

  1. Nowa Trybuna Opolska—49.8%

Podlaskie[edit]

  1. Gazeta Współczesna—36.3%
  2. Kurier Poranny—20.3%

Pomerania[edit]

  1. Dziennik Bałtycki—48.6%
  2. Głos Pomorza—8.0%
  3. Dzień Dobry—3.6% (free of charge)
  4. Gazeta Pomorska—2.6%

Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship[edit]

  1. Echo Dnia—33.7%
  2. Słowo Ludu—10.4%

Silesia[edit]

  1. Dziennik Zachodni—27.9%
  2. Trybuna Śląska—11.0%

Subcarpathia[edit]

  1. Nowiny—32.6%
  2. Super Nowości—27.4%
  3. Echo Dnia—3.2%

Warmia and Masuria[edit]

  1. Gazeta Olsztyńska—47.2%
  2. Gazeta Współczesna—4.9%

Western Pomerania[edit]

  1. Kurier Szczeciński—25.5%
  2. Głos Szczeciński—19.5%
  3. Głos Koszaliński and Słupski—16.5% combined
  4. Głos Pomorza—5.8%

Polish newspapers in German[edit]

International newspapers[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pippa Norris (Fall 2000). "Chapter 4 The Decline of Newspapers?". A Virtuous Circle: Political Communications in Post-Industrial Societies. New York: Cambridge University Press. Retrieved 6 October 2013.