Die Aktuelle

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Die Aktuelle is a German language weekly women's magazine published in Essen, Germany.


History and profile

Die Aktuelle has been published since 1979. [1] [2] The magazine is part of Funke Mediengruppe. [3] It is published by Gong Verlag on a weekly basis. [1] [4] Its former editorial office was in Nurnberg. [1] The magazine is headquartered in Essen. [5] The chief editor is Anne Hoffmann.

In 2010 the circulation of Die Aktuelle was 388,275 copies. [4] During the second quarter of 2016 it was 353,958 copies. [6]

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