Berliner Morgenpost

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Berliner Morgenpost
Berliner Morgenpost front page.png
The January 29, 2011 front page of Berliner Morgenpost
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Funke Mediengruppe
Editor Carsten Erdmann
Founded 1898
Headquarters Berlin, Germany
Official website

Berliner Morgenpost is a German newspaper, based and mainly read in Berlin, where it is the second most read daily newspaper. Founded in 1898 by Leopold Ullstein, it was taken over by Axel Springer AG in 1959. It was sold to Funke Mediengruppe in 2013.[1] The paper had a circulation of 145,556 issues in 2009, with an estimated 322,000 readers[2] The current editor-in-chief is Carsten Erdmann.[3]


  1. ^ Schultz, Stefan; Steinmetz, Vanessa; Teevs, Christian (26 July 2013). "Sell-Off: Newspaper Giant Turns Back on Journalism". Spiegel Online. Retrieved 25 June 2014. 
  2. ^ Media analysis on the paper's page at the Axel Springer AG website.
  3. ^ Berliner Morgenpost at

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