The Berliner Zeitung was the first German daily to be founded after World War II. Until 1990 it was printed exclusively in East Germany, today it is the second-largest subscription paper in the Berlin area, but is still mainly read in the eastern districts of Berlin. In 2016 the editorial offices of the Berliner Zeitung was merged with those of the tabloid newspaper the Berliner Kurier. In 2019 the owner DuMont sold the newspaper to the entrepreneurial couple Friedrich. Shortly afterwards, Holger Friedrich had to admit that he had worked as an unofficial employee for the GDR State Security.
|Frequency of publication||Monday to Saturday|
|Visits||10.000.000 – 20.000.000|
|Online payment model||All content for free|
|Publisher||Berliner Verlag GmbH / M DuMont Schauberg,Heinen-Verlag|
|Area of distribution||Regional|
|Address||Alte Jakobstraße 105, 10969 Berlin|
|Phone||0049 30 633311 457|