Feb. 2011 (CET) Eine Tageszeitung ist nach internationaler Definition ein mindestens viermal wöchentlich, heute meist täglich von Montag bis Samstag erscheinendes Druckerzeugnis, das eine umfassende Berichterstattung bietet und sich an ein allgemeines Publikum richtet.
Die Tageszeitung was established in 1978. From the beginning, Die Tageszeitung was intended to be an alternative to the mainstream press, in its own words: "irreverent, commercially independent, intelligent and entertaining." One expression of its alternative approach to journalism was the payment of unified salaries for all employees until 1991.
- Barbara Junge, Ulrike Winkelmann
- 1978; 43 years ago
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Die Tageszeitung, die bereits seit 1982 ihren Titel klein schreibt, veröffentlichte am 12. August 2004 eine Ausgabe in der sogenannten gemäßigten Kleinschreibung. Dies war als Gegenreaktion auf die Ankündigung einiger deutscher Verlage gedacht, zur alten Rechtschreibung zurückzukehren.
die tageszeitung (short taz) is a German newspaper. The taz is a daily newspaper. It's circulation is about 54,000 newspapers a day. The taz is a left-winged newspaper. It started in 1978 in West Berlin as an "alternative" project. Until today it's published by a co-operative .
On the German Wikipedia, you can find two articles about 'tageszeitung'. One, de:Tageszeitung corresponds to the English article Newspaper. The other, de:die tageszeitung corresponds to this article. There is an otheruses-template in the first article that links to the second.
- History and profile
Tiroler Tageszeitung TypeDaily newspaper OwnerMoser Holding PublisherSchlüssel Verlag/Moser Holding Founded11 June 1945; 76 years ago Political alignmentConservative LanguageGerman HeadquartersInnsbruck Circulation97,000 Sister newspapersTT Compact WebsiteTT Tiroler Tageszeitung is a German-language provincial daily newspaper published in Innsbruck, Austria. The paper has been in circulation since 1945.
TT was first published on 11 June 1945. During this period Austria was ruled by the Allies following World War II. Its foundation was supported by the French and Americans, and later the ownership of TT was transferred to Austrians. The German company Axel Springer Verlag acquired a stake of the paper in 1989 and had the majority stake of the paper in the 1990s. The paper is wholly owned by the Moser Holding. In 2008 the holding launched a free daily newspaper, namely TT Compact. The publisher o
TT was the sixth best selling Austrian newspaper in 2002 with a circulation of 122,000 copies. The paper had a circulation of 112,690 copies in 2003. It was the fifth best selling newspaper in Austria with a circulation of 121,000 copies in 2004. The regional market share of TT was 63% and its regional readership was 47% in 2006. Its circulation in 2007 was 111,000 copies. In the period of 2007–2008 the daily had a readership of 3.89%. The 2008 circulation of the paper was 109,716 copies ...
- 97,000 (2013)
- 11 June 1945; 76 years ago
- Schlüssel Verlag/Moser Holding