The Süddeutsche Zeitung ("South German Newspaper") is the most-read nationwide quality-newspaper in Germany. It is published in Munich. Recently, they are known for leaking offshore bank accounts that led to the Panama Papers and the Paradise Papers leak.
The Süddeutsche Zeitung is a liberal newspaper. The national edition features four sections: Politics, Culture, Economy and Sports. There are also regional editions for Munich and Bavaria featuring local news. There are 6 newspapers a week. It has the second most readers in Germany after the tabloid newspaper Bild-Zeitung. There are about 442,000 papers sold each day, reaching over 1.1 million readers daily.
- SZ Magazin (Friday), a magazine-style supplement
- Wochenende (Saturday), longer articles and short stories for the weekend
- The New York Times (Monday), selected articles (English language).
- The TV programme (Tuesday) and an event guide (Thursday) are only included in the Bavarian edition.
- Official website (in German)