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Reach of selected Sunday papers in German-speaking Switzerland 2015-2017

Reach of selected Sunday papers in German-speaking Switzerland from 2015 to 2017** (in 1,000)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 7, 2018
Reach of selected Sunday papers in German-speaking Switzerland 2015-2017 This statistic shows the reach of selected Sunday papers in German-speaking Switzerland from 2015 to 2017. The newspaper SonntagsZeitung (Sunday Paper) had the highest reach, with 558 thousand readers, followed by SonntagsBlick (Sunday View) with 547 thousand readers and NZZ am Sonntag (Neue Zürcher Zeitung) with 396 thousand readers. As is the general case with the newspaper market in Europe, pressure remains on daily printed papers to win new and extended readership, though digital versions of exisiting papers have contributed positively to reach.
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Reach of selected Sunday papers in German-speaking Switzerland from 2015 to 2017** (in 1,000)

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 7, 2018
This statistic shows the reach of selected Sunday papers in German-speaking Switzerland from 2015 to 2017. The newspaper SonntagsZeitung (Sunday Paper) had the highest reach, with 558 thousand readers, followed by SonntagsBlick (Sunday View) with 547 thousand readers and NZZ am Sonntag (Neue Zürcher Zeitung) with 396 thousand readers. As is the general case with the newspaper market in Europe, pressure remains on daily printed papers to win new and extended readership, though digital versions of exisiting papers have contributed positively to reach.
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