|description||Berlin advertising newspaper|
|publishing company||Berliner Wochenblatt Verlag GmbH, Berlin|
|Frequency of publication||weekly|
|Widespread edition||1,308,520 copies|
|(Publisher's information July 2020)|
|Range||1.799 million readers|
|(Reader analysis 2017)|
The Berliner Woche (until September 2003: Berliner Wochenblatt / Hallo Berlin Wochenblatt ) is a weekly advertising paper in Berlin . The paper, financed by advertising income, appears every Wednesday in 30 different local editions for the Berlin districts. The total circulation is 1.3 million copies. Two local editions have the traditional title Spandauer Volksblatt .
All local editions are published by Berliner Wochenblatt Verlag GmbH , a subsidiary of the Funke Mediengruppe (until April 30, 2014: Axel Springer SE ). The first edition appeared in May 1983 in the Neukölln district . The Spandauer Volksblatt had been a daily newspaper since March 1946. Axel Springer Verlag took over this title in 1993 and continued the paper as an advertising newspaper.
- Funke Mediengruppe: Price List No. 33b (PDF; 103 kB) (valid from July 1, 2020). Note: The number of copies distributed is the number of copies distributed.
- 1,799,000 readers (WLK) according to reader analysis 2017. INFO GmbH market and opinion research, Berlin.
- Source: Reader analysis 2017. INFO GmbH market and opinion research, Berlin.