Date of creation : 1826
Frequency : Daily
Day of publication: Monday to saturday
Website : www.lefigaro.fr
CIRCULATION: 318 506 copies each day (DFP)
Le Figaro is the Affluent People & decision-makers newspaper. It is composed of three daily sections in order to develop the reading contexts: news, economy and lifestyle. Le Figaro offers during the week extra sections corresponding to the Affluent People Le Figaro Littéraire, La Russie d’Aujourd’hui…) Printed with a waterless printing system, this quality paper is a full color newspaper
61 332 000 readers
41% of readers are from Paris & suburbs (ind. 220) 71% belong to a wealthy household* (ind. 153)
74% are exclusive readers (vs Le Monde, Libération, Les Echos ) LDP
796 000 Premium readers 82% are Premium Easy readers (ind. 124)
The Figaro brand reaches 10.6 millions individuals each month
Source: ONE 2012-2013
It is the second-largest national newspaper in France after Le Parisien and before Le Monde
The newspaper is owned by Le Figaro Group, whose publications include TV Magazine and Evene.
Distribution: Europe, Africa and Middle East
Available on Lufthansa, British Airways, Eurostar
Founded in 1933, Newsweek Magazine is a powerful combination of news, culture and ideas with a clear point of view: it gets the first and final say on major stories of the day.
A recognized and respected brand in the United States that is known for the quality of its journalism, Newsweek Magazine is now being produced and published outside America. for the first time ever. This edition maintains the Newsweek line and quality but approaches international affairs with a European focus.
Affluent And Elite Individuals
84% are men / 87% are aged 35 & above
Annual median personal income: €135,934 / 85% own a personal investment product
Company Purchase Decision-Makers
92% top management / 86% business purchase decisions makers
Travel In The Past Year
89% took business air trips / 92% stayed in business hotels
MRI Demo Profile**
Business Decision Maker index 167 / Influentials index 219
Average Household Income €320,000
Source: BE:Europe 2012 **SMRI Doublebase 2014
The premier European news magazine.
A household name brand that is consumed by a wealthy, sophisticated and intelligent global audience in print and online.
First time in magazine’s 80-year history that an edition of Newsweek is published outside of the US.
Building on long-standing reputation for major scoops, in-depth reporting and long form journalism.
Big name writers.
International current affairs with a European focus.
80 years of history
Newsweek Magazine’s mission is to provide a global perspective and deliver thought-provoking content that surprises, educates and delights smart and successful readers. Newsweek is an authoritative voice for a sought-after thoughtleader audience.
From a Twitter feed followed by millions to mobile apps across devices to a responsive website to a print magazine, get the news that reaches and influences decision makers anytime and anywhere. Newsweek.com is in sync with the 24/7 news cycle, giving readers a destination for breaking news, exclusives, and commentary on the issues of the day.
Affluent And Elite Individuals
62% are men 38% are women
Annual median personal income: $110,984
Average Home Value $342,361
Average HH Net Worth $426,173
Source: MRI DOUBLEBASE 2014
The second-largest news weekly magazine in the U.S
Newsweek holds more prestigious National Magazine Awards, given by the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME), than any other newsweekly.
Newsweek offers comprehensive coverage of world events with a global network of correspondents, reporters and editors covering national and international affairs, business, science and technology, society and the arts and entertainment.
Globus Vision publications are exclusively distributed with the German edition of Capital, Germany’s leading monthly business magazine, founded in 1962. For over four decades, Capital has been an authoritative, indispensable source of information on all questions which concern the business world, serving as the most widely read business magazine for decision makers and opinion leaders in Germany.
Sources: IVW 11/2010, Media-Analyse 11/2010
Reader profile highlights:
Sources: LAE 2009, AWA 2010
Although FINANCIAL TIMES DEUTSCHLAND closed in late 2012, the newspaper was the medium of choice for decision-makers in Germany and a must-read for the German stock exchange. Cooperation with the Financial Times Group’s worldwide correspondents’ network enabled the FTD to comprehensively analyze global developments and shed some light on their effect on Germany as an economic location.
FINANCIAL TIMES DEUTSCHLAND was divided into four sections: companies, politics, finance and the agenda book that included a commentary section, sport and culture coverage, as well as the lively “Out Of Office” page. Following its motto “One Brand – All Media”, the FTD offered readers and users an integrated economic service with its website FTD.de and formats such as audio and video podcasts.