Czerska 8/10 Street
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Gazeta Wyborcza is a daily of choice to readers who look for news, opinions, analyses and commentary, want to expand their knowledge and learn more about the world, look for attractive entertainment and practical advice. Each issue of Gazeta Wyborcza consists of the national outer section, local pages and thematic supplements.
Gazeta's unique formula of the national newspaper with regional pages appeals to both readers and advertisers. Gazeta provides advertisers with attractive, quality content for marketing communication and a way to reach attractive targets. The advertising office of Gazeta Wyborcza provides a wide array of marketing solutions including dual media offers and an innovative formats or alternative campaigns.
The online face of Gazeta Wyborcza - Wyborcza.pl - is one of the most popular press title websites in Poland. It enriches the user experience adding the speed, interaction and multimedia properties of the Internet. The readers gain access to the information published every day in the printed Gazeta, supplemented by updated commentaries, opinions and blogs written by Gazeta's journalists and video content developed in the Agora's modern TV studio.
Gazeta Wyborcza has been issued for 31 years. It was founded in 1989 as the platform for Poland’s first democratic parliamentary elections. It was created by a group of journalists and activists of the underground democratic opposition press. From the onset, the newspaper's Editor-in-Chief has been Adam Michnik.
Gazeta's campaigns are highly valued not only by readers and by industry organizations, both Polish and international, including SAR (Association of Advertising Agencies), IWP (Chamber of Press Publishers), INMA (International Newsmedia Marketing Association), WAN-IFRA (The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers).
Gazeta Wyborcza is Poland’s leader in the digital transformation of press. In February 2014 it was the first daily in Poland to introduce the system of limited free access to its content and offered paid digital subscriptions. In June 2015, the daily implemented Gazeta’s platform for selling digital content. In combination with the application of the newest Big Data tools, the move brought the number of paid digital subscriptions by the end of December 2015, to over 77 thousand, while according to earlier estimates the 70 thousand threshold would be reached in only in 2016. In December 2017, a quarter earlier than estimated, Gazeta Wyborcza achieved 133 thousand, and in December 2018 it was over 170 thousand. Currently the daily has almost 260 thousand active digital subscribers (in the end of 2020) and the number continues to grow.
Subscribers can choose between Standard and Premium subscription packages. Premium package includes access to the archive, unique content in Gazeta’s mobile applications or invitations to interesting cultural events.
Digital subscription of Gazeta Wyborcza is available for purchase on: Prenumerata.Wyborcza.pl, in Publio.pl online bookstore or through the mobile applications on devices with Android and iOS systems.
Nearly every issue of Gazeta Wyborcza offers additional content in the form of thematic supplements: Duży Format, Mój Biznes. Ludzie, praca, innowacje, Wyborcza TV, Co Jest Grane 24, Wolna Sobota, Ale Historia and Wysokie Obcasy.
Duży Format (Large Format) is a magazine of Gazeta Wyborcza’s reporters. It is issued on Mondays but it takes at least several days to read. Duży Format publishes excellent reportage, social, cultural and historical content.
Tuesday is the day of Mój Biznes. Ludzie, praca, innowacje, a supplement about business, entrepreneurship and innovations in economy. The magazine also includes national and local job ads and announcements.
Gazeta Wyborcza’s Friday supplements are: Wyborcza TV – a TV guide with the schedules of Polish and foreign television channels, interviews with TV creators and regular features; Co Jest Grane 24 (What’s Up/On 24) – a magazine with information about the cultural events to take place over the weekend and the following week. The authors present new film releases, theatre premieres, concerts, exhibitions, offer restaurant and club recommendations.
Every Saturday Gazeta Wyborcza comes with Wolna Sobota (Free Saturday) – an opinion magazine, where readers will find 40 pages of fascinating reading which is presented in the different worldviews and controversial hypothesis; Ale Historia is dedicated to history, its authors inspire readers to ask questions and search for answers, unearth unkknown facts, present unique places, people, works of art and cultural events, as well as Wysokie Obcasy (High Heels) – a magazine for women with articles about ordinary and special matters, as well as portraits of outstanding women who are not necessarily known from the first pages of newspapers.
Special issues of the supplements are also published occasionally, for example Wysokie Obcasy about child and adult psychology, Tylko Zdrowie with information about available therapies of certain diseases, Na Pamięć – with puzzles and crosswords, Ale Historia – with information about important historical personalities or collections of the best reportage works published in Duży Format.
Constant commitment to maintain a close relation with our readers is one of the foundations of Gazeta Wyborcza popularity and its strong market position.
Editorial offices of Gazeta Wyborcza organize meetings and debates for the readers. During such events as Wyborcza na żywo or Centrum Premier Czerska 8/10, the journalists of Gazeta Wyborcza discuss the most current and pivotal problems with the experts form different fields: economics, politics, science and culture, etc.
Gazeta Wyborcza accompanies its readers in the most important nationwide and local events, by developing special or thematic supplements. To help the readers learn more about their region, we publish local walking guidebooks and organize touring excursions. Gazeta’s Warsaw office often hosts groups of school children who can see for themselves how and where the daily edition of Gazeta Wyborcza is created.
This close relation with readers involves also dialogue, exchange of opinions and thoughts and mutual inspiration. Gazeta Wyborcza publishes letters sent in by the readers and the journalists often engage in discussions with them. Local sections of Wyborcza.pl often pick up the topics put forward by the internet users and publish photos they sent in. Gazeta Wyborcza also interacts with readers through their social media profiles on facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others.
Agora publishes magazines and related websites. Attractive editorial content, high quality photos and multimedia materials available online ensure the popularity of these titles among readers and Internet users.
Among the titles published by Agora are:
- Książki. Magazyn do czytania (Books, Magazine for Reading) - a bimonthly, which is a fascinating guide around the latest book releases in Poland and abroad. It publishes reviews, excerpts from new books and interviews with writers, philosophers and essayists. The magazine is available in printed and digital formats;
- Wysokie Obcasy Extra - a monthly exclusive magazine for young, ambitious women, who are curious of the world and seek inspiration. It publishes articles, interviews, features, fashion and beauty editorials. An extended digital version of Wysokie Obcasy Extra is available for iPad and iPhone and tablets with Android systems;
- Wysokie Obcasy Praca - magazine which provides practical information about work, passion, life, psychology, science and technology;
Agora's magazines are authored by editorial teams made up of outstanding journalists and specialists in their respective fields. The photographs published in Agora's magazines are provided by the best stylists and photographers. The authors ensure that any how-to content is reliable and based in genuine expertise while being accessible and matching the needs of Polish readers. The magazines’ websites publish content expanding the articles published in print – photo galleries and videos.
A wide portfolio of Agora magazines allows for building attractive advertising solutions, also including other media of Agora Group, and delivering effective promotional campaigns.
Custom publishing is a part of Agora’s growing publishing portfolio of services for clients. Agora custom publishing produces – from idea to execution – corporate magazines, catalogues, promotional and other materials.
Agora offers comprehensive custom publishing service – content development, graphic design, print and distribution.
Agora Custom Publishing cooperates with Agora’s media, including Gazeta Wyborcza, AMS, Gazeta.pl, and other media that might be a part of the client’s media mix selected for a campaign.
More information on: agoracp.pl
Agora Group owns a modern offset printing plant in Warsaw that provides printing services for Agora and other clients.
Agora's printing plant is equipped with modern printing press KBA Colora working in 3 units, as well as machines for heatset printing: Lithoman IV 48 that allow for high output printing on high quality SC and LWC papers. The press studios use automatic CTP technology.
The mailrooms in our printing plant are equipped with the latest-generation FERAG conveyor lines and counter stackers. The plant uses also FERAG's MSD automated inserting lines, SNT triple knives system and FERAG's SHT collating and binding systems. This inserting equipment enables enrichment of newspapers with additional supplements and pre-printed advertising materials, while technological possibilities of Agora's printing house allows for non-standard advertising forms.
Agora Printing Plant
Phone: 22 555 42 01, 555 42 11
Agencja Wyborcza.pl is a photo agency producing news, fashion, product and business photography. The agency also delivers photo reportage and photographic sessions for web portals, press and book publishers and corporations. The agency represents a number of photographers operating in Poland and abroad – winners of prestigious Grand Press Photo and World Press Photo awards. The agency also offers professional photographic studios for rent, as well as television recording studio and team of post-production specialists. The agency delivers services in any chosen locations in Poland.
The archive of Agencja Wyborcza.pl (previously Agencja Gazeta) contains millions of catalogued photographs from the past 20 years and AG’s team maintains a quick-response, updated daily photographic web service.
Moreover, Agencja Wyborcza.pl is an official partner of Reuters. Photographs made by Gazeta’s reporters are added to Reuters global catalogue.
Every year we get many awards and distinctions.