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- Wprost Polish weekly newsmagazine providing social and political commentary, published by Platforma Mediowa Point Group. The first issue of the magazine was released on December 5, 1982, as a regional magazine in Greater Poland, whereas since 1989, it has transformed into a nationwide magazine. Since 2010, Wprost has been published by Platforma Mediowa Point Group. Michał Kobosko was appointed editor-in-chief in February 2012. He replaced Tomasz Lis who was in charge of the magazine since May 2010. The longest working editor-in-chief was Marek Król and until December 2006 he acted also as the president and majority shareholder in Wprost magazine. Between May 2006 and January 2007 duties of the editor-in-chief were fulfilled by Piotr Gabryel. Upon his resignation, the position was taken by Stanisław Janecki. After acquisition of 80% of shares in Agencja Wydawniczo-Reklamowa “Wprost” by Platforma Mediowa Point Group at the end of 2009, Janecki left the magazine and Katarzyna Kozłowska became the acting editor-in-chief. Under auspices of the weekly, the jury composed of winners of previous editions grants annual Kisiel Awards. Wprost weekly itself has granted Man of the Year awards. The magazine has published numerous periodical rankings, such as “Top 100 Richest Poles”, “Top 100 Most Influential Poles”, the list of top innovative companies etc.