The Newsonomics of the German Press’ Tipping Year

By: Ken Doctor | Nieman Journalism Lab

Angela Merkel’s resounding reelection may have ushered in an era of unexpected political stability in Germany. If only the German press shared in that sense of calm. Instead, the German daily press seems to be unraveling at a faster rate than its U.S. counterpart.

 Print advertising loss is reaching into the double digits, several points higher than the United States.

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