German Daily Die Welt Wants to Bundle Print, Digital, and TV into a Single Newsroom

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When The New York Times announced that it would create a separate, centralized group of editors and designers to focus on producing its daily print product, those at the German publishing giant Axel Springer’s Die Welt took particular notice of the change.


Die Welt likes to tout its online-to-print focus. It was among the earliest German publications to move toward digital subscriptions, launching a metered paywall that allowed 20 free articles per month.

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