June 3, 2013

Will Germans Embrace Their Own HuffPo?

Muller & Schmitz, Der Spiegel

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The Huffington Post churns out masses of low-cost content ranging from tabloid fodder to award-winning investigative journalism. But many doubt that the media juggernaut's planned German edition will attract readers.

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