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With 1.56 million listeners a day, Deutschlandfunk is Germany's most popular radio station. It is one of three stations under the umbrella of the public broadcaster, advertising-free Deutschlandradio and has a focus on news and background stories as well as cultural programmes (radio plays, readings). The website offers a broad range of auxiliary information as well as audio files related to the programmes aired.

Circulation: 1,560,000 Listeners daily (6/2014)
Frequency of publication: Daily
Visits per month: 30.000.000 - 40.000.000
Online payment model: All content free of charge

Location: Cologne, Germany
Publisher: Deutschlandradio
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1960

Raderberggürtel 40, 50968 Köln
Phone: 0049 221 34 51 83 1
Twitter: @dlf

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1.  Deutschlandfunk - Germany | 26/12/2015

Why the Germans are helping refugees now

The Germans surprised themselves and the world in 2015 with their openness on the refugee issue, the public broadcaster Deutschlandfunk comments, and speculates about the ... » more

2.  Deutschlandfunk - Germany | 21/12/2015

EU must stop Erdoğan's fight against PKK

A military offensive against the underground organisation PKK in southeast Turkey has resulted in 110 deaths and tens of thousands of people are fleeing the ... » more

3.  Deutschlandfunk - Germany | 16/12/2015

Data protection reform strengthens users rights

Representatives of the European Commission, European Parliament and EU member states agreed on Wednesday on new data protection regulations that strengthen Internet users' rights. It ... » more

4.  Deutschlandfunk - Germany | 02/12/2015

Nato's signals not really contradictory

Nato wants to include Montenegro despite protests from Russia, while at the same time reactivating the Nato-Russia Council, Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has announced. ... » more

5.  Deutschlandfunk - Germany | 22/11/2015

Blackout in Crimea highlights instability

Much of Crimea was left without electricity on Sunday when several transmission towers were blown up. According to russian news reports, Ukrainian nationalists and Crimean ... » more

6.  Deutschlandfunk - Germany | 20/11/2015

Paris sacrifices freedom for security

In a state of shock France is putting security above freedom, the public broadcaster Deutschlandfunk observes, pointing out that the presumed ringleader of the attacks ... » more

7.  Deutschlandfunk - Germany | 20/10/2015

Germany must integrate its countrymen

Germany must integrate not just refugees but also the xenophobic, violent-minded Pegida demonstrators, the public broadcaster Deutschlandfunk argues: "With its far-right folklore, Pegida is hampering ... » more

8.  Deutschlandfunk - Germany | 05/10/2015

End military logic in Afghanistan

After the US airstrikes on a clinic in Kunduz that claimed 22 lives on Saturday, the public broadcaster Deutschlandfunk calls for a master plan for ... » more

9.  Deutschlandfunk - Germany | 16/09/2015

Malmström's TTIP courts would be progress

EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström wants a court system rather than private arbitration tribunals for resolving investment protection disputes in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment ... » more

10.  Deutschlandfunk - Germany | 02/09/2015

Berlin showing solidarity out of self-interest

German politicians are only being cynical when they ask their EU partners to display a sense of solidarity on refugee policy, the public broadcaster Deutschlandfunk ... » more


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