Polish Music Charts

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The Polish Music Charts are two official album charts and seven singles charts in Poland, provided by ZPAV, the Polish Society of the Phonographic Industry (Związek Producentów Audio Video). The first, the Top 100, is a monthly chart based on data received from the album companies. The second, the OLiS chart, is a weekly chart based on retail sales data.

Official Polish Airplay Chart is provided by BMAT. The Top 20 spots of the airplay charts is published at the official ZPAV site every week.

Since 2010 ZPAV publish extended version of Polish Airplay at the official ZPAV site:

  • Polish Top Airplay Chart – the most popular songs on polish music stations (radio and TV);
  • Polish Top Airplay TV – the most popular videoclips on MTV Polska, VIVA Polska, VH1 Polska, Eska TV and 4fun.tv;
  • Polish Dance Club Singles Chart – the most popular 50 songs in the clubs;
  • Polish Airplay Chart – New – the most popular new singles this week;
  • Polish Airplay Chart – UP! – the biggest jumps this week.

Before 2014, the official ZPAV site had published:

  • Polish TOP Store Chart 50 – the most popular songs played in music shops/shopping centres (two charts).

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