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Tages-Anzeiger (German: [ˈtaːɡəs ˈʔantsaɪɡɐ] ), also abbreviated Tagi or TA, is a Swiss German-language national daily newspaper published in Zurich, Switzerland.
The paper was first published under the name Tages-Anzeiger für Stadt und Kanton Zürich in 1893.The founder was a German, Wilhelm Girardet. Its current name, Tages-Anzeiger, was adopted later. The paper is based in Zurich and is published in broadsheet. Its owner and publisher is Tamedia and its editor is Res Strehle. Although Tages-Anzeiger is a national newspaper, it focuses mainly on the Zurich region.
The circulation of Tages-Anzeiger was 70,000 copies in 1910.It rose to 83,000 copies in 1930 and to 116,000 copies in 1950.
In the period of 1995–1996 Tages-Anzeiger had a circulation of 282,222 copies, making it the second best-selling paper in the country.In 1997 its circulation was 283,139 copies. The circulation of the paper was 280,000 copies in 2000.
Tages-Anzeiger sold 268,000 copies in 2001.Its 2003 circulation was 235,000 copies, making it the second best selling newspaper in the country. In 2005 the paper had a circulation of 236,000 copies. The circulation of the paper was 225,287 copies in 2006. In 2008 the circulation of Tages-Anzeiger was 216,000 copies, making it the second best-selling newspaper in the country. In 2009 the paper sold 209,297 copies. It was 203,636 copies in 2010.
Tages-Anzeiger is the first Swiss newspaper with no political affiliation.Although politically and economically independent, the newspaper's political stance is generally characterized as center-left.
Tages-Anzeiger is published in broadsheet format.The newspaper consists of a number of sections, the first of which is dedicated to domestic and international news as well as economic news. The second section features regional news and sports while the third section covers culture and society. Occasionally, special sections are added to cover major events such as elections.
Special sections are added to the paper on different days of the week:
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