The Huffington Post will launch in Germany this fall. The company has already expanded to Canada, the U.K., France, Spain and Italy, and a Japanese edition will roll out May 7.

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The Huffington Post is continuing its international expansion with the launch of a German edition, the company announced Monday. It is partnering with Tomorrow Focus, a publicly traded German digital media company, to roll out in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The German Huffington Post will launch sometime this fall.

The Huffington Post already has international editions for Canada, the U.K., France, Spain, and most recently, Italy. A Japanese edition will launch May 7.

“More than any other German Publishing House, Tomorrow Focus has mastered its online transition and built a brand portfolio that is not only wide and deep, but reflects and complements The Huffington Post’s goals and core values,” Huffington Post CEO Jimmy Maymann said in a statement.

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  1. Shah Salimat Monday, April 29, 2013


  2. Hi Laura, is there already a local editor to whom we can talk about submitting guest blogs from our German site? All about home decor, design and architecture.


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