Tomasz Sekielski is no longer the editor-in-chief of “Newsweek”

Luc Williams

“Due to personal reasons, I will not be able to devote myself to the responsible role of the editor-in-chief of 'Newsweek'. I would like to thank my team for 2 intensive years. I had the honor of managing a group of excellent professionals who, through their daily work, make 'Newsweek' a leading opinion weekly that enjoys recognition from readers. I am glad that we will continue to cooperate,” wrote Tomasz Sekielski, who took up the position of editor-in-chief of “Newsweek” in June 2022.

Professionalism, commitment and maintaining the highest standards

Sekielski will remain at Ringier Axel Springer Polska – he will implement special projects and will also host the “Naczelni” podcast.

“On behalf of the Management Board, I would like to thank Tomek for his professionalism, commitment and maintaining the highest standards of quality and independence in managing the editorial office of 'Newsweek'. 'Newsweek' managed by Tomek gained many new readers and doubled the number of subscribers. 'Newsweek' maintained its position as a leading opinion weekly in a demanding press market, and the brand itself continues to enjoy great trust from its audience. Tomasz is undoubtedly one of the best Polish journalists. I am very happy that he remains in RASP,” emphasized Aleksander Kutela, president of RASP.

Until a new editor-in-chief/editor-in-chief of “Newsweek” is appointed, Michał Szadkowski, the current deputy editor-in-chief, will be the acting head of the editorial office. Dariusz Ćwiklak also remains as deputy.

Author: Anna Kruszyńska


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