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Volksstimme (Saxony-Anhalt)

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Volksstimme Logo.svg
TypeDaily newspaper (except Sundays)
PublisherMagdeburger Verlags- und Druckhaus GmbH
Editor-in-chiefAlois Kösters
HeadquartersMagdeburg, Germany
Circulation161,257 (as of 2018)
Volksstimme office building located near Magdeburg Hauptbahnhof
Volksstimme office building located near Magdeburg Hauptbahnhof
Volksstimme printing center located in Barleben near the Bundesautobahn 2
Volksstimme printing center located in Barleben near the Bundesautobahn 2

Volksstimme (meaning People's Voice in English) is a regional daily newspaper published in Magdeburg[1] for northern Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. The paper is owned by Bauer. Its publisher is Magdeburger Verlags und Druckhaus.[2]

The circulation of Volksstimme was 343,000 copies during the third quarter of 1992.[1] Its circulation was 264,000 copies in 2001.[2] The paper had an average circulation of 191,878 copies during the second quarter of 2011.[3]

List of editors-in-chief

Editors-in-chief of the Volksstimme:

Duration Name
1947–1950 Robert Büchner
1950–1953 Arno Gropp
1953–1958 Karl Jakobi
1958–1969 Herbert Kopietz
1969–1990 Heinz Wiese
1990–1992 Karl-Heinz Schwarzkopf
1992–1994 Reinhold Stimpert
1994–1999 Heinzgeorg Oette
1999–2001 Paul-Josef Raue
2001–2010 Franz Kadell
2010–2011 Peter Wendt and Günther Tyllack (both provisional)
2011–present Alois Kösters


  1. ^ a b Georg Hellack (1992). "Press, Radio and Television in the Federal Republic of Germany" (Report). Inter Nationes. Retrieved 3 April 2015.
  2. ^ a b Adam Smith (15 November 2002). "Europe's Top Papers". campaign. Retrieved 18 April 2015.
  3. ^ According to IVW, second quarter 2011, Mon–Sat (Details on

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