Przegld Sportowy is the oldest and only Polish sports newspaper, having been created in Kraków in 1921. It established an annual popular referendum for the Polish Sportsperson of the Year in 1926. Pawe Woosik is the current editor-in-chief.
Gremi Media publishes Rzeczpospolita, a Polish national daily economic and legal newspaper. The title of the paper is a translation of the Latin term res publica, which is part of Poland's traditional and official name, "Rzeczpospolita Polska."
Gazeta Wyborcza is a daily Polish newspaper published in Warsaw, Poland. The Gazeta Wyborcza, Poland's first independent daily newspaper after the era of "true socialism," covered a wide range of political, foreign, and general news from a liberal perspective.
Dziennik Gazeta Prawna is a daily legal and business newspaper published in Warsaw from Monday to Friday. The periodical is concerned with the law, taxation, and finances. DGP is published by Infor Biznes, a Polish publishing business.
Puls Biznesu is a daily Polish-language newspaper focused on business and economic concerns. Dagens Industri founded Puls Biznesu in 1997. Bonnier Business Company, a Polish subsidiary of the Swedish Bonnier Group, publishes it. Daily topical add-ons to the newspaper include real estate, business and technology, transportation and forwarding, and job and career.
Merkuriusz Polski Ordynaryjny was the first Polish newspaper, published from 1661, first in Kraków, then in Warsaw. Though short-lived, it gave its name to several later newspapers, notably the Merkuriusz Polski published in London, 1955–58.