Stuttgarter Nachrichten

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Pressehaus Stuttgart, the headquarters of Stuttgarter Zeitung

Stuttgarter Nachrichten (Stuttgart News) are a newspaper that is published in Stuttgart-Möhringen, Germany. It sells together with Stuttgarter Zeitung, which comes from the same publishing house, a circulation of 192,754 copies and reaches 580,000 readers. Christoph Reisinger is the new editor-in-chief since April 2011.


The newspaper was first published on 12 November 1946 under licence of the American military government, initially only three times a week. Editors were Henry Bernhard, Otto Färber and Erwin Schoettle. Chrysostomus Zodel was editor-in-chief for a long period in time.


Stuttgarter Nachrichten has three local editions:

  • Fellbacher Zeitung is published in Fellbach and in Kernen im Remstal with a circulation of about 9000 Pieces. It comes with its own six page part with local news, politics and sport.
  • Kornwestheimer Zeitung
  • Marbacher Zeitung - Bottwartal Bote

Also Stuttgarter Nachrichten produces content for partner newspapers. Non-local parts are also used by Backnanger Kreiszeitung, Gäubote, Heidenheimer Neue Presse, Mühlacker Tagblatt, Murrhardter Zeitung, Nürtinger Zeitung/Wendlinger Zeitung, Rems-Zeitung, Sindelfinger Zeitung/Böblinger Zeitung, Kreiszeitung Böblinger Bote, Vaihinger Kreiszeitung, Waiblinger Kreiszeitung/Schorndorfer Nachrichten/Welzheimer Zeitung/Winnender Zeitung.

There is also a content partnership with Schwarzwälder Bote.[1]


Most of the articles published in the print version of the paper can be read for free at There is also shared content with Stuttgarter Zeitung made exclusively for the two websites.