The Bayerische Staatszeitung (Bavarian National Newspaper) and its sister publication, the Bayerische Staatsanzeiger (Bavarian National Advertiser) are weekly newspapers published by Bayerische Staatszeitung GmbH., a newspaper publishing company based in the Bavarian capital, Munich. The Bayerische Staatszeitung was founded in 1912: the first edition was published on 31 December 1912. In 1934 it ceased to appear, but it returned to the newsstands in 1950. Since 22 June 1955 it has been published on the basis of a contractual agreement between the Bavarian regional government and two newspaper publishing companies, Süddeutscher Verlag and Münchner Zeitungsverlag ("Münchner Merkur") whereby each of the two newspaper companies owns 50% of the Bayerische Staatszeitung. Circulation peaked at around 34,000 copies in 1919. Certified circulation in 2015 was around 16,000. More information...

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