Berliner Tageszeitung (styled BERLINER TAGESZEITUNG and also known colloquially as BTZ) is a German daily online newspaper. It is liberal conservative in its editorial approach, which is determined not by the chief editor, but by the licensing society publishing this newspaper under the license issued on contractual basis for a fixed term. The licenser, BASILISK Inc., is located in the United States and has a subsidiary in Russia. The newspaper covers the following topics: politics, economics, science, sport, culture, media, Internet and entertainment. Since 2007, the newspaper has revived the name of the former Berliner Tageblatt as an alternate trademark.

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  • Berliner Tageszeitung (styled BERLINER TAGESZEITUNG and also known colloquially as BTZ) is a German daily online newspaper. It is liberal conservative in its editorial approach, which is determined not by the chief editor, but by the licensing society publishing this newspaper under the license issued on contractual basis for a fixed term. The licenser, BASILISK Inc., is located in the United States and has a subsidiary in Russia. The newspaper covers the following topics: politics, economics, science, sport, culture, media, Internet and entertainment. Since 2007, the newspaper has revived the name of the former Berliner Tageblatt as an alternate trademark. (en)
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  • Berliner Tageszeitung (styled BERLINER TAGESZEITUNG and also known colloquially as BTZ) is a German daily online newspaper. It is liberal conservative in its editorial approach, which is determined not by the chief editor, but by the licensing society publishing this newspaper under the license issued on contractual basis for a fixed term. The licenser, BASILISK Inc., is located in the United States and has a subsidiary in Russia. The newspaper covers the following topics: politics, economics, science, sport, culture, media, Internet and entertainment. Since 2007, the newspaper has revived the name of the former Berliner Tageblatt as an alternate trademark. (en)
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