“Echo Krakowa”

The most known Krakow newspaper, the afternoon Krakow news daily. It has been published since March 10, 1946, initially by the MC of the PPR. The first editor-in-chief was Adam Polewka. From April 1, 1949 to January 31, 1956 it appeared as a mutation of “Express Wieczorny”, from February 1, 1956 as an independent journal. From March 1948 with the addition of “Footballer”, from which “Tempo” was created years later. The editorial office became famous for organizing social campaigns. Many eminent authors have published in Echo, for example Sławomir Mrożek, Ludwik Flaszen, Maciej Szybist, Piotr Skrzynecki. The magazine was awarded the Golden Badge of the City of Krakow and the Badge of the Builder of Nowa Huta, then the Medal of National Education

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