In­tro­du­cing the pu­blis­hers of GAY FRIEDLY GER­MA­NY

Gay Friendly Germany - - Intern -

A pu­blis­hing hou­se of ma­ny worlds: Ber­lin’s Spe­cial Me­dia Ver­lag pu­blis­hes the most re­now­ned me­dia for the LGBTI com­mu­ni­ty: • SIE­GES­SÄU­LE, QUEER BER­LIN, the month­ly ci­ty ma­ga­zi­ne, which has be­en ac­com­pany­ing and in­flu­en­cing the sce­ne for over 30 ye­ars. No one knows it as well as we do. With a re­cord print run of 60,000 co­pies in Ber­lin’s gay pri­de month of Ju­ne, the SIE­GES­SÄU­LE is mo­re in de­mand than ever and un­dis­pu­ted­ly the lar­gest ma­ga­zi­ne of its kind in Ger­ma­ny and Eu­ro­pe. • L-MAG, The Ma­ga­zi­ne for Les­bi­ans, has be­en Ger­ma­ny’s on­ly pu­bli­ca­ti­on for les­bi­ans for the past ele­ven ye­ars, and ca­ters to tho­se who want mo­re than just re­mai­ning in­vi­si­ble and un­men­tio­ned. Both smart and fun­ny, L-MAG pres­ents how les­bi­ans con­fi­dent­ly live to­day, what mo­ves them and what they want. • DU&ICH, FOR GAY MEN AND OT­HERS, was the first and re­mains the best-known ma­ga­zi­ne for gay men in Ger­ma­ny. Pu­blis­hed sin­ce 1969, we are fa­mi­li­ar with gay men, their men­ta­li­ty and what they want to re­ad. • Our ma­ga­zi­nes are avail­able as e-pa­per edi­ti­on at the App­le Ki­osk, Goog­le and Ama­zon! • All of our ma­ga­zi­nes ha­ve re­la­ted web­sites – that's our SDL-Chan­nel – with up-to-da­te in­for­ma­ti­on, the la­test news and gos­sip, pho­tos and ever­y­thing that mo­ves the LGBTI com­mu­ni­ty. SDL-CHAN­NEL of­fers a me­dia per­for­mance of 627,980 pa­ge im­pres­si­ons (cer­ti­fi­ca­ted Ju­ne 2013). Spe­cial Me­dia Ver­lag, foun­ded in 2012, is run by jour­na­lists Gu­drun Fer­tig and Ma­nue­la Kay. They ha­ve 25 em­ployees at their of­fices in Ber­lin and as well as work with nu­merous fre­e­lan­ce jour­na­lists and pho­to­graph­ers from around the world. For mo­re in­for­ma­ti­on and to con­tact us, go to www.spe­cial­me­dia.in­fo, www.sie­gessa­eu­le.de www.l-mag.de, www.du-und-ich.net, www.queer-tra­vel.net

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