Agora is one of the biggest and most recognized media companies in Poland and in Central and Eastern Europe. Since 1999 its shares are listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange and the GDRs are traded on the London Stock Exchange.
The flagship business, "Gazeta Wyborcza", is the largest and most profitable Polish daily newspaper, with average daily paid circulation in excess of 412,000 copies. Since 1996 Agora has diversified its operations. Its radio group now consists of 28 local radio stations (including two associated) and one super-regional station TOK FM. In 2002 Agora entered two new media sectors, acquiring the leader of the Polish outdoor advertising market (AMS), and a portfolio of 16 color magazines. The company also publishes a free title, Metro, and operates an Internet portal, www.Gazeta.pl. The strategic objective of Agora is further growth, both organically and through mergers and acquisitions in the media sector. – less–ZoomInfo