DER SPIEGEL is Europe´s leading news magazine. It was founded in 1947 by Rudolf Augstein and John Seymour Chaloner, the so-called "father of the freedom of press. The magazine is known for his high quality feature stories and for its investigative journalism. The SPIEGEL website (www.spiegel.de) is the leading news site on the German-speaking internet: offering news, analyses, commentaries and videos round the clock. It receives around 222 million visits and more than 1 billion page impressions per month, and it has an international section in English language: www.spiegel.de/international.
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CAPITAL is Germany´s biggest investment and business magazine. It was established in 1962. Today, it has around 1,050,000 readers per copy, mainly investors and business people. CAPITAL is famous for its multiple page reports and feature stories about the global economy and about international finance.
> Sample: Gold, the eternal currency - a 12 page feature (in German)
DIE ZEIT is Germany´s premier opinion-leading weekly newspaper with around 2,34 million readers per edition. It focusses on politics, economy, culture, science, and it is the de rigueur weekly reading for the German intelligentsia. Independent and liberal, this is the pre-eminent broadsheet for news and political analysis.
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ZEIT ONLINE (www.zeit.de) is one of Germany´s leading news websites. It receives around 30 million visits and 115 million page impressions every month and is famous for its background features and its comments.
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GEO EPOCHE is GEO´s history magazine with the same extraordinary journalistic standards combined with outstanding photography that made the GEO magazine renowned around the world. Each edition is
dedicated to a specific era such as the Industrial Revolution. On average, GEO EPOCHE has 980,000 readers per edition.