Dziennik Polska-Europa-Swiat
Dziennik Polska-Europa-Świat (Daily Poland-Europe-World) was a Polish
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 nationwide daily newspaper
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 published by Axel Springer Polska, a division of Germany's Axel Springer Verlag
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 publishing company. It was modelled on Springer's Welt Kompakt, the Berliner
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-style edition of the Hamburg-published broadsheet Die Welt
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. The first issue was released on 18 April 2006, and in May 2006 it recorded a circulation of 259,039, giving it the third largest circulation amongst national newspapers. Dziennik was envisaged as a competitor to Gazeta Wyborcza
Gazeta Wyborcza
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, therefore its political profile was more right-wing than its left-liberal rival. In most cases, however, it presented a broad spectrum of views on its pages.

On September 14, 2009 "Dziennik" was merged with Infor's "Gazeta Prawna" daily to form a new nationwide daily under the title "Dziennik Gazeta Prawna". Axel Springer Verlag owns 49% of the new company.

Notable journalists

  • Filip Byczkowski
  • Łukasz Drewniak
  • Michał Karnowski
  • Cezary Kowalski
  • Jakub Kumoch
  • Robert Mazurek
  • Magdalena Miecznicka
  • Hubert Musiał
  • Andrzej Osęka
  • Paweł Paliwoda
  • Cezary Polak
  • Andrzej Talaga
  • Jacek Wakar
  • Jan Wróbel
  • Igor Zalewski
  • Piotr Zaremba
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