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Perlentaucher

Perlentaucher
corporation
Industry media
Founded (March 2000)[1]
Headquarters Berlin, Germany
Key people
Niclas Seeliger (CEO)
Anja Seeliger
Thierry Chervel
Website www.perlentaucher.de

Perlentaucher is a German online magazine. It was founded and is being published by Anja Seeliger and Thierry Chervel and has been available since March 15, 2000.[1]

The magazine styles itself as a culture magazine, with its main focus on German culture and feuilleton and a daily overview of book reviews that have been published in a range of main German newspapers. With more than 500.000 visits per month Perlentaucher claims to be the biggest culture magazine in Germany.[2]

In 2003, Perlentaucher was awarded the prestigious Grimme Award for online journalism, the jury calling it a "one-of-a-kind 'journal of journals'".[3]

Another online magazine run by Perlentaucher Medien was the English-language signandsight.com.[4][5] Signandsight was first published in 2005, bringing a news digest of articles on European cultural topics. It was discontinued in March 2012 due to the presently unfavourable "economic climate".[6]

The Perlentaucher magazine also cooperates with the website Salon run by the Slovak organisation Project Forum.

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b (German) perlentaucher.de: about (masthead page)
  2. ^ (German) http://www.perlentaucher.de/artikel/2216.html , 2005
  3. ^ (German) grimme-online-award.de: Preisträger des »Grimme Online Award Medienjournalismus«.
  4. ^ Signandsight - Four Words are Better than Two, 2005
  5. ^ Signandsight - Let´s Talk European, 2005
  6. ^ Anja Seeliger, Thierry Chervel: Signandsight.com sagt Goodbye. From: perlentaucher.de. 28 March 2012. Accessed on 29 March 2012.

External links

  • www.perlentaucher.de published in German
  • www.signandsight.com published in English (Archive 2005–2012)
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