Gazeta Wyborcza

Daily newspaper

Gazeta Wyborcza was one of the first independent newspapers, established in 1989, the year when communism collapsed. It was founded as the mouthpiece of the Polish freedom movement Solidarność. Many of the people who subscribed to Gazeta Wyborcza in those times still subscribe to it today. Consequently it is Poland's leading quality newspaper in terms of circulation. It is published by Agora, one of the largest Polish media groups.

Political orientation Liberal
Circulation 143,000 (2016)
Frequency of publication Monday to Saturday
Online payment model Content partially fee-based
Location Warsaw, Poland
Publisher Agora
Area of distribution Nationwide
Established 1989
Address ul. Czerska 8/10, PL-00-732 Warszawa
Phone 0048 22 555 40 03
Twitter @gazeta_wyborcza

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