Printed press still most trusted
August 11, 2014
Newspapers and magazines are still the most cited source of information in Poland, ahead of television, radio and online sources.
Despite the rapid growth of online media and financial problems encountered by some traditional press titles, a new report by the Institute of Media Monitoring found that the Rzeczpospolita daily was the most cited source in May in Poland, at 514 citations that month, followed by the Gazeta Wyborcza newspaper at 411.
Other frequently cited press titles were the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna and Puls Biznesu newspapers and Newsweek magazine. In total, the printed press accounted for over half of all citations.