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Leipziger Volkszeitung

The Leipziger Volkszeitung or LVZ (German for Leipzig People's Newspaper) is a daily regional newspaper in Leipzig and western Saxony, Germany. First published on 1 October 1894, the LVZ was formerly an important publication of the workers' movement and is currently the only local newspaper in Leipzig. Existing in other nearby regions in various forms, the LVZ's circulation was 211,221 in the fourth quarter of 2011. It is owned by Madsack Group. The LVZ is published six times a week (Monday-Saturday) and is edited by Bernd Hilder. ()

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