Computer Zeitung

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Computer Zeitung was the first German computer magazine, founded in 1970, and launched at the first CeBIT computer expo.[1] It was published weekly on Mondays, in the Berliner newspaper format.[citation needed]

The publisher was the Konradin Verlag,[1] with Rainer Huttenloher as the editor-in-chief since 2002.[2][3]

Since October 2009, the homepage of the Computerzeitung is not longer active and redirected to the German magazine Bild der Wissenschaft.

Since December 2010 a new Computerzeitung is available in Switzerland. The monthly magazine is available for free, with about 200,000 units per month.


  1. ^ a b Mark Hall (26 May 2009). ""Keine Perspektive": Konradin trennt sich von "Computer Zeitung" und Co". horizont (in German). 
  2. ^ "Neuer Chefredakteur für die "Computer Zeitung"". 14 June 2002. 
  3. ^ "Gut beraten, aber von wem?". Manager Magazin. 21 February 2008. 

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