Echo Dnia

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Echo Dnia
Www echo dnia logo.jpg
Type Daily newspaper
Format Compact
Owner(s) Media Regionalne Sp.z.o.o,Kielce
Editor Stanisław Wróbel
Founded 1 December 1971
Language Polish
Headquarters ul.Targowa 18,25-520 Kielce
Circulation 21,952 (August 2014)
Website http://www.echodnia.eu/apps/pbcs.dll/section?Category=SWIETOKRZYSKIE

Echo Dnia (Echo of the Day) - Kielce regional daily newspaper established in 1971. It was among best-selling regional newspapers in Poland (according to the Connection of the Inspection of Distribution of the Press).

Privatized in 1991, a Kielce Agency of Trade and Marketing became his owner Acumen. On 8 July 1991 it had a new design and the format. In 1992 title seized by the new owner which a Mitex building enterprise, belonging to the known Kielce businessman of Michał Sołowow.

The newspaper is printed in three editions: Kielce, Radom and Subcarpathian. Apart from the editing two editorial branches in Radom and Tarnobrzeg operate in Kielce. The newspaper is distributed in three provinces: Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, Subcarpathian Voivodeship (four districts:Mielec, Nisko, Stalowa Wola and Tarnobrzeg) and South Masovian,Radom, Przysucha. Fixed allowances are being attached to the basic newspaper: on Monday - Super Sports Echo, on Tuesday - My House, on Wednesday - Our Style, on Thursday - Health, on Friday - Super Relaxation and on the area of some districts weeklies: Ponidzie Echo, Echo of Powiśle,Echo of Końskie, Echo Skarżysko-Kamienna, Starachowice Echo, Echo of Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski, Jędrzejów Echo and Włoszczowa Echo; on Saturday - Laid-back.

On 1 June 2006 the Echo of the Day united with the Word keeping the old title. At present the newspaper belongs to the British Mecom Group. Stanisław Wróbel is the editor-in-chief.

Its print and e-edition circulation was 21,952 in August 2014.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Circulation of dailies". Teleskop. Retrieved 2 December 2014.