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Keyfacts in English

VDZ (Association of German Magazine Publishers) represents the common interests of 490 German Consumer and B2B publishers, with 14.5 billion in revenues and 60,000 employees. With more than 9,000 journalists, 6,500 magazine titles, thousands of websites and mobile offerings, plus a fast growing conference and corporate publishing business, Germany’s magazine media sector represents one of the strongest international publishing markets across all platforms.

VDZ's 490 members represent around 90 per cent of the industry turnover and all media channels. The VDZ is composed of five federal state associations and the three professional associations for consumer magazines, B2B and confessional press.

In times of disruptive change VDZ supports its members on all relevant regulatory fields with the aim to ensure the free and independent press driven by entrepreneurs will stay competitive and relevant in the future. Well-informed lawmaking, minimal invasive regulation and sound industry self-regulation supports the pluralism and independence of journalism and the free press in Germany and Europe.

Facts & Figures

“Magazine Media and the Free Press: Relevant, independent, entrepreneurial”

Affiliated Organisations


DISummit, VDZ, FIPP, Digital

At the Digital Innovators’ Summit on March 19th to 20th, more than 50 innovators provide exclusive insight into new technologies for around 600...

ePrivacy, digital advertising, journalistic media

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ePrivacy, digital advertising, journalistic media

VDZ President Dr. Rudolf Thiemann calls for an easing of the ePrivacy Regulation| Latest VDZ survey on the ePrivacy Regulation | The entire digital...

DIS, 2018, International

In some ways 2017 has been a turbulent year for the media, yet at the same time it is one that has given publishers reasons to be optimistic. New...

VDZPN17, Pressefreiheit, Ensaf Haidar, Raif Badawi

– es gilt das gesprochene Wort –

FIPP, Zeitschriften, Journalismus, Medien

Büchi, Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Ringier Group and CEO of Ringier Axel Springer Switzerland, succeeds Erwin Fidelis Reisch, president & CEO...

European Magazine Media Association, EMMA, Bouckaert, Roularta

Bouckaert takes over from the former EMMA President Auke Visser

Publishers' Summit, Zeitschriften, Digital, Print, International

Washington Post, New York Times und Amazon präsentieren Innovationen | Schibsted Norway und die britische PPA blicken auf die Zukunft des Publishings

DLD, DLDEurope17, Copyright, Stephan Scherzer

Beim DLD Brüssel wurden die Einflüsse der Digitalisierung auf Wirtschaft, Politik und Kultur in Europa diskutiert - einem Kontinent mit grenzenlosen...