The incidences of the SZ in Germany between an offensive anti-Jewish caricature on the issue of Israel and another caricature deemed directly anti-Semitic by most observers nine months later are strange. Some of my Munich based Jewish friends believe the SZ is rather hostile towards Israel. Are there connections between seeking the right to criticize Israel and unacceptable sloppiness the way one reports on Jewish affairs?
Part of me wonders hence if in deed one must approach the British way of reporting in a different and novel way way. That’s my job to Germany. But what is the job of my UK colleagues?
An English intro follows behind the German summary. In diesen Bericht in der Taz schildere ich die Ambitionen des Guardian Verlags, der online die drittgrößte Zeitung der Welt ist (via … Continue reading TAZ: Zeitungskrise in Großbritannien Der Scheinriese | Newspaper crisis in the UK. The pretend-to-be-giant?