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23. November 2012

The Economic Situation of Newspapers in Germany 2012

By Anja Pasquay Newspaper publishers have all the prerequisites for being able to emerge as winners from the process of digital change in the media sector. They are pursuing a three-pronged more

 
15. März 2012

The economic situation of newspapers in Germany 2011

By Anja Pasquay The German economy has recovered and growth has been stronger and steadier than expected. This has had positive effects on the overall advertising market. However, newspapers have more

 
10. Oktober 2010

The economic situation of newspapers in Germany 2010

By Anja Pasquay Last year (2009) revenues from newspaper sales in Germany were, for the first time, greater than revenues from classified ads and other forms of advertising. The old rule of thumb more

 
26. Oktober 2009

The situation of newspapers in Germany 2009

For the second time this decade newspapers are feeling the effects of declines in advertising revenues -- particularly in business-cycle-sensitive categories such as job advertisements -- as well as more

 
11. September 2008

The situation of newspapers in Germany 2008

Almost across the board daily newspapers in Germany are showing (slight) declines in audience penetration levels, a trend they share with newspapers elsewhere in Europe and the United States; even more

 
21. August 2008

“Turning Children into Readers” - A short introduction into the German newspaper market for children

There have never been as many different and high-quality newspaper offers for children as there are in Germany today. This includes educationally motivated projects to promote reading more

 
15. August 2007

The situation of newspapers in Germany 2007

Over the past fifteen years numerous publishing companies have developed editorial material for young people (there are well over a hundred examples of this) with a view to developing and maintaining more

 
31. Januar 2007

The state-of-play of newspapers in Germany

Germany is a newspaper country. Each day 334 newspapers with 1529 local editions with a circulation of some 21 million copies reach their readers. On top of that there are weekly and Sunday more

 
28. August 2006

The situation of newspapers in Germany 2006

Just under three-fourths of the German population over the age of 14 (73.7 percent) regularly read a daily newspaper. That is around 48 million men and women. Slightly more local and regional more

 
24. März 2006

The state-of-play of newspapers in Germany

Germany is a newspaper country. Each day 347 newspapers with 1552 local editions with a circulation of some 22 million copies reach their readers. On top of that there are weekly and Sunday more

 
01. Januar 2006

The situation of newspapers in Germany 2005

Just under three-fourths of the German population over the age of 14 (74.8 percent) regularly read a daily newspaper. That is around 48.5 million men and women. More local and regional newspapers more

 
15. September 2004

The situation of newspapers in Germany 2004

More than three-fourths of the German population over the age of 14 (75.7 percent) regularly read a daily newspaper. That is around 49 million men and women. More local and regional newspapers more

 
09. September 2003

2003 report on the situation of newspapers in Germany

Over three-fourths of the German population above the age of 14 (76.2 percent) regularly read a daily newspaper. That is equivalent to more than 49 million men and women. More local and regional more

 
   





   
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