Piotr Niemczycki

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Piotr Niemczycki - Deputy President of the Management Board of Agora.

"He oversees Newspapers and Internet operations as well as Printing and Distribution Divisions. Piotr Niemczycki serves as a member of the Supervisory Board of AMS S.A. (subsidiary of Agora).

"He is one of the founders of "Gazeta Wyborcza" and Agora. In the 1980s he built the printing and distribution networks of "Tygodnik Mazowsze", the Solidarity's largest underground newspaper with a circulation of 60 to 80 thousand copies distributed nationwide.

"He also serves as a President of International Press Institute and the member of the management board of the Chamber of Press Publishers. He holds the title of a Knight of the European Brotherhood of Gutenberg Knights and is a recipient of the Polish Ministry of Culture's Dedicated to Culture Award.

"Piotr Niemczycki was born in 1959. He received an MA degree in Philosophy from the Catholic Theological Academy in Warsaw." [1]

"On May 30, [2006] during the Executive Board meeting of the International Press Institute in Edinburgh, Piotr Niemczycki, Deputy President of Agora's Management Board and the Publisher of "Gazeta Wyborcza", was elected the Chairmen of the Institute." [2]

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  1. Piotr Niemczycki, Agora, accessed March 14, 2008.
  2. Piotr Niemczycki elected the new Chairman of the International Press Institute, Agora, accessed March 14, 2008.