Daily sales down by 11.8% y/y in July

Sales of daily newspapers in July decreased by 11.8 percent y/y to 600,989 units. In comparison to June, this is a decrease of 4 percent, the Press Distribution Control Association (ZKDP) stated.

Locked content Sales of daily newspapers down 9% in May

Sales of daily newspapers in May decreased by 9 percent y/y to 632,500 units. In comparison to April, this is a decrease of 0.6 percent, the Press Distribution Control Association (ZKDP) stated. The highest decline y/y was recorded for sales of “Gazeta Wyborcza”, which stood at 105,200 u...

Locked content Sales of daily newspapers fell by 8.6% y/y in March

The circulation of paid daily newspapers in March 2018 declined y/y by 8.6 percent, equaling 663,800 units. In comparison with February, sales increased by 0.4 percent, according to data from the Press Distribution Control Association (ZKDP). The paid circulation of Gazeta Wyborcza, published by Ago...

Locked content Daily sales down 10.7% in August

The sales of Polish daily newspapers has dropped by 10.7 percent y/y to 665,627copies in August, according to data by The Association of Control of Press Distribution (ZDKP). The top-selling newspaper continues to be tabloid Fakt with 253,211 copies sold daily on average (6.3 percent drop y/y and 0....

Locked content Daily sales down 11.5% in February

The sales of Polish daily newspapers has dropped by 11.48 percent to 730,800 copies, according to data by The Association of Control of Press Distribution (ZDKP). The top-selling newspaper was tabloid Fakt with 279,933 copies sold daily on average (9,25 percent loss y/y and 0.05 percent growth m/m),...

Locked content Daily sales down 12.8% in January

The sales of Polish daily newspapers has dropped by 12.8 percent to 745,600 copies, according to data by The Association of Control of Press Distribution (ZDKP). The top-selling newspaper was tabloid Fakt with 279,780 copies sold daily on average (11,2 percent loss y/y and 2.6 percent growth m/m), f...

Locked content Gazeta Wyborcza sales fall 9.68% y/y, other dailies also down

The total paid circulation of Gazeta Wyborcza, published by Agora, stood at 153,889 copies in September, which is represents a y/y drop of 9.68 percent, but a m/m rise of 1.86 percent, according to the Association of Press Distribution Control. Sales of Rzeczpospolita amounted to 52,908 copies in Se...

Locked content Sales of Polish dailies continue to fall

Almost all major Polish daily newspapers saw a drop in sales last year, according to wirtualnemedia.pl. The highest fall was recorded by Przegląd Sportowy. Parkiet and Rzeczpospolita were the only ones with growth. Fakt  (Axcel Springer) had the highest sales, amounting to 307,474, a decrease of 5.3...

Locked content Poles buy less daily newspapers

Annual sales volume of daily national newspapers in Poland dropped by 6.9 percent year-on-year in 2014. Gazeta Polska Codziennie reported the largest decline. Total average daily sales of 10 major newspapers amounted to 848,074 copies, whereas in 2013 it was 910,957 copies. The leader in terms of sa...