Founded in 1947, DER SPIEGEL (German for "The Mirror) is Germany’s leading news magazine and the largest in Europe. The magazine is published in Hamburg every Saturday and distributed in 172 countries.
DER SPIEGEL is justifiably synonymous with investigative journalism in Germany. The way in which content is researched and readers are informed, clearly differentiate the magazine from all others in Germany. DER SPIEGEL is characterised by in-depth information, professional research and reliable quality. The main focus of the editorial content is on events in the political and social sphere.
manager magazin is the monthly decision-maker magazin for senior executives in German companies. The most important news, data and background information from all areas of business are analysed and documented in depth, with exclusive company reports from the top echelons forming one of the magazin‘s core elements. Reporting does focus on sound analyses and well-researched background features from all corporate and economic areas.
Manager magazines readers are highly educated, with high income and belong to the top decision-makers in Germany At work, they make decisions involving millions and as private individuals their high income means they are top consumers with an exclusive taste.