Germany is a country of newspaper readers with well over three hundred daily newspapers on the market. But the business is in a serious crisis. Advertising revenues are plummeting and readers are turning to the internet for their news.
Will daily newspapers continue to be printed in the future? Why does news sell so badly on the internet? And: Can quality journalism still be privately funded? ZDFzoom authors Nina Freydag and Wulf Schmiese ask these questions.
BUCH: Nina Freydag und Wulf Schmiese REGIE: Dietrich Duppel KAMERA Adnane Korchyou, Thomas Jacobi, Sören Meyer und Frank Weltorf SCHNITT:Heike Haedecke und Pascal Gehrlein REDAKTION: Paul Amberg