Einbecker Morgenpost

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Einbecker Morgenpost

description local newspaper
publishing company Heinrich Rüttgerodt GmbH & Co. KG
First edition 1810
Frequency of publication Mon-Sat
Sold edition 6931 copies
( IVW 2/2020, Mon-Sat)
Web link www.einbecker-morgenpost.de

The Einbecker Morgenpost is a German-language daily newspaper for the city of Einbeck , the city of Dassel and the surrounding area of ​​these cities in Lower Saxony. The catchment area is thus essentially the area of the Einbeck district, which was dissolved in 1974 . It thus appears as a daily information sheet for the north-western part of today's Northeim district . The sold circulation is 6931 copies, a decrease of 32.3 percent since 1998.


Publishing house on Einbeck market square

The newspaper Einbecksches Wochenblatt appeared as early as 1810 , a title that appears today, along with the following names of former independent newspapers, in the subline of the title page lettering of the Einbecker Morgenpost: Einbecker Allgemeine , Einbecker Zeitung , Einbecker Latest News , Südhannoversche Zeitung and Dasseler Zeitung .

The publisher of the Einbeck Morgenpost is the publishing house Heinrich Rüttgerodt GmbH & Co. KG , based on Einbeck's market square , after the Einbecksche Wochenblatt was first published by a publisher called Ehlers. The re-establishment after the Second World War took place in 1949 after the license requirement ended . In addition, the Einbecker Morgenpost is published by Nordwestdeutscher newspaper publishers.

The Einbecker Morgenpost appears in the Berlin format . It appears with the cover of the daily newspaper Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung .


The Einbecker Morgenpost , like most German newspapers in recent years to rest lost. The number of copies sold has fallen by an average of 2.7% per year over the past 10 years. Last year it decreased by 3.7%. It is currently 6931 copies. The share of subscriptions in the circulation sold is 98.9 percent.

Development of the number of copies sold

Individual evidence

  1. according to IVW ( details on ivw.eu )
  2. ^ Otto August Schulz: General address book for the German book trade, Volume 18, 1856, p. 6
  3. Jens-Uwe Brinkmann, Hans-Georg Schmeling: 100 Years of Göttingen and its Museum, 1989, p. 290
  4. according to IVW ( online )
  5. according to IVW , second quarter 2020, Mon-Sat ( details and quarterly comparison on ivw.eu )
  6. according to IVW , fourth quarter in each case ( details on ivw.eu )

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