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Jamie Culinary Magazine in Polish
Publisher Marquard Media Polska has put out the first, pilot issue of the Polish edition of its culinary magazine Jamie. The magazine, created by British chef Jamie Oliver, will appear regularly in Poland once every two months, beginning this September.

The 106-page publication will offer recipes from all over the world, based on natural and seasonal ingredients available in Polish stores. The magazine will also feature travel articles, interviews with celebrities and culinary advice.

The pilot issue of Jamie focuses on grilled foods. It offers more than 80 recipes, in addition to articles about French cuisine from the Nice region and oriental dishes. The magazine is available at the Organic Farma Zdrowia health food store chain and from the organic24.pl online store.

Jamie will hit the streets and be available to the general public in September. The magazine will have a print run of 30,000 copies. With a price tag of zl.12.99, it will be distributed in Empik, Ruch and Kolporter newsagents’ outlets.

The Polish edition of Jamie magazine will be published under license from Jamie Oliver publishers. The magazine was created by Jamie Oliver in Britain in 2008. It now appears in 14 countries.

Jamie is Marquard Media Polska’s first culinary title.


More Radio Listeners
In the first half of this year Poles spent 6 minutes more a day listening to the radio on average than in the first six months of last year, according to a new Radio Track survey by Millward Brown commissioned by the Wirtualnemedia.pl online service.

Listeners in the 15-75 age group spent 4 hours and 32 minutes a day on average listening to the radio from January to June. This marked a 2.31 percent increase (6 minutes) compared with the same period last year.

On average, 74 percent of Poles listened to the radio for at least 15 minutes a day, up from 73.1 percent in the first half of last year.

RMF FM had the largest audience in the first half of this year, 24.9 percent of the 15-75 age group, 4.18 percent more than in the first six months of last year.

Radio Zet was in second place with 13.6 percent, 13.92 percent less than in the first six months of last year.

Polish Radio 1 was third with 9.4 percent, 3.09 percent less in year-on-year terms.


LEGO Star Wars Mag for Kids
LEGO Star Wars, a new magazine for children by publishers Egmont, went on sale July 30.

The magazine is targeted at children aged from 6 to 10 who are fans of both Lego building blocks and Star Wars.

The first issue of the magazine features comic strips about the adventures of Star Wars characters, news from the world of Star Wars, two posters and puzzles and contests. The 36-page publication costs zl.9.90. Each issue will come with a different set of building blocks from the Star Wars collection.