Main newspapers / media outlets in Germany

PublicationsGermany – Main newspapers

Main newspapers / media outlets in Germany listed in no particular order:

  • Bild – Germany’s largest newspaper by circulation and a tabloid-format daily newspaper.
  • Süddeutsche Zeitung – A leading quality national newspaper known for its investigative journalism and political reporting.
  • Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) – One of Germany’s leading daily newspapers, known for its in-depth reporting, political analysis, and international news coverage.
  • Die Zeit – A weekly newspaper with a focus on politics, culture, and the economy. Known for its high-quality journalism and in-depth reporting.
  • Die Welt – A conservative-leaning daily newspaper with a strong focus on business and economics, as well as national and international news.
  • Der Spiegel – A weekly news magazine known for its investigative reporting and critical coverage of politics and society.
  • Handelsblatt – A leading business newspaper covering national and international business news, finance, and economics.
  • Focus – A weekly news magazine known for its in-depth reporting and investigative journalism.
  • Tagesschau – A daily news program produced by Germany’s public broadcasting network, ARD.
  • Deutsche Welle (DW) – A state-owned international broadcaster providing news and information in multiple languages, with a focus on Germany and Europe.

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