Lübecker Nachrichten

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Lübecker Nachrichten
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Sample front page of Lübecker Nachrichten
Type Daily newspaper (except Mondays)
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Lübecker Nachrichten GmbH
Editor Gerald Goetsch[1]
Founded 3 April 1946 (1946-04-03)
Headquarters Lübeck, Germany
Circulation about 102,000
Website www.ln-medienhaus.de

The Lübecker Nachrichten (LN; German for Lübeck News) is a regional daily newspaper in Germany, covering Schleswig-Holstein and western Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. It is, along with the Schleswig-Holsteinischer Zeitungsverlag and the Kieler Nachrichten, one of the largest daily newspapers in Schleswig-Holstein.

LN appears daily except on Mondays and days after holidays. It was formed in 1946 from the Lübecker General-Anzeiger founded in 1832 (Lübeck General-Gazette), a title it still uses for its local Lübeck supplement.

The paper is published by Lübecker Nachrichten GmbH, headquartered in the Buntekuh district of Lübeck and 49% owned by Axel Springer AG. Editor-in-chief is Manfred von Thien.

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