Gazeta Wyborcza is one of the first free media outlets launched in Poland at the end of the Cold War in 1989. It is the highest-circulation quality newspaper in Poland but is struggling with a drastic drop in circulation. It is published by Agora, one of the country's largest media groups. Gazeta Wyborcza is pro-European, highly critical of the government and frequently calls for protests against the national conservative PiS government. Its journalists represent liberal and centre-left positions.
|Frequency of publication||Monday to Saturday|
|Online payment model||All content fee-based|
|Area of distribution||Nationwide|
|Address||ul. Czerska 8/10, PL-00-732 Warszawa|
|Phone||0048 22 555 40 03|