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Ad-free but paid-for: What German media startups have in common

While founding any startup is certainly no easy feat, building a media company from the ground up is arguably even more difficult. Still, the willingness to experiment is abundant in Germany where many media startups recently have cropped up. While their editorial missions all differ, they have several things in common: They’ve all placed their bets on charging for content to give their readers an ad-free experience.
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