Stuttgarter Nachrichten

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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.

History[edit]

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.

Editions[edit]

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]

Online[edit]

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

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