Proof That the German Newspaper Industry Hasn’t Yet Reached Crisis Mode, in Pictures

One, really.

On top, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung (Feuilleton). On bottom, The New York Times (Week in Review). Both of these are featury pages in the Sunday paper. But the FAZ is about 30% larger, and has twice as much white space, while the NYT has quite a bit of stuff crammed in there.

For now, although circulations are declining, Germans continue to read their news in print (the FAZ’s hard-to-access website is evidence of this, and perhaps also cause). But just you wait….

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