Trybuna

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Trybuna
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Type Daily newspaper
Format Berliner
Publisher Ad Novum
Founded February 12, 1990
Political alignment Communist
Socialist
Language Polish
Ceased publication December 4, 2009
Headquarters Warsaw, Poland
Circulation 50,000 (2009)[1]
ISSN 0867-0536
OCLC number 73601540
Official website www.trybuna.com.pl

Trybuna (Polish pronunciation: [trɨˈbuna]) was a Polish left-wing newspaper, often seen as the outlet of the post-communist factions (Social Democracy of the Republic of Poland, Democratic Left Alliance). It was published by Ad Novum.

History[edit]

Trybuna inherited many traditions, including its name, from Trybuna Ludu, the official newspaper of the Polish United Workers' Party. The paper ceased to exist on December 7, 2009 (last issue published on December 4).[1] The official reason: outstanding liabilities towards cooperators and the Polish national Social Insurance Institution (ZUS). Its last editor-in-chief was Wiesław Dębski.

Editors-in-chief[edit]

Name Term began Term ended
Marek Siwiec 1990 1991
Dariusz Szymczycha 1991 1996
Janusz Rolicki 1996 2000
Andrzej Urbańczyk 2000 2001
Wojciech Pielecki 2001 2004
Marek Barański 2004 2005
Wiesław Dębski 2005 2006
Marek Barański 2006 2007
Wiesław Dębski 2007 2009

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Mouthpiece of communist Poland falls prey to market". reuters.com (Reuters). December 7, 2009. Retrieved August 27, 2011.