The Warsaw Voice

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The Warsaw Voice
Format A4
Founded 1988
Language English
Headquarters Warsaw
Circulation 10,500

Warsaw Voice: Polish and Central European Review (shortly The Warsaw Voice) is an English-language newspaper printed in Poland, concentrating on news about Poland and its neighbours. First released in October 1988, it is a general news magazine with sections on political, economic, social and cultural news and with opinions sections. The printed edition has a circulation of 10,500.

Print characteristics

A4 format (230mm x 297 mm), 40 pages, minimum 24 pages in full colour.

External links

  • Official website

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