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Our mission

For The World News Monitor, reporting on the environment, nature, climate and inequality is a priority. Our focus is on the news, which is relevant for the future of our planet. We are determined to inform readers about facts, events, developments, threats, consequences and solutions from around the globe. Our approach is to be impartial and unbiased.

Although we live in a highly interconnected world, much of the information we obtain is from local, regional or national sources. It happens that divergent narratives exist alongside each other, often contradictory and hence confusing for the world’s citizens.

The World News Monitor aims to close the lack of cross-border information. We are convinced that it is necessary for all citizens to get access to a broader range of relevant information. If we want to make the global village a peaceful and prosperous place we need to know about and communicate with our neighbours – even if they live on a different continent.

For this purpose, we, a group of journalists and technology professionals based in Vienna, Austria and Berlin, Germany, have founded The World News Monitor. With contributors around the world and a smart combination of well-established journalistic virtues and advanced technology we want to offer business information from around the globe.

This is possible, as founder Michael Maier, former editor-in-chief of Berliner Zeitung and Stern magazine comments:

“Journalists ought not to complain that the good old times are over. Today, journalism can be delivered in a much better way than ever before. Journalists can rely on a variety of sources from all around the world. We can communicate with almost everyone as English has become a true world language.

We can deliver our articles within seconds to every corner of the world. Journalism has never before had such great tools. If we stick to our core values – fact checking, curiosity and a critical approach – we can truly contribute to the common good on this planet. Is our job easier than before the advent of the internet?  Probably not.  But we are empowered to provide more reliable information, more profound analysis and sustainable coverage throughout.

Still, there is a significant change for journalists: Throughout the world they must resist the temptation of becoming part of politics. Their role is not to be celebrated in the spotlight. We have to understand that we as journalists have to serve society by using our skills, our independence and our ethical code to inform our readers, while striving for utmost accuracy at all times. Our reward will not be personal fame, but hopefully a contribution to make this planet a better place for everyone.”


The number of news and information sources worldwide is huge. In a constant flow, which knows 24 hours no break and is 365 days in the year in movement, always new information are fed into the Internet.

Media, news wires, governments, organizations, bloggers or experts valuable information around the clock. In the “global village” in which we live today, we can know much more than in former times.  For this unique situation in history, we want to look at all the information that is relevant for economic decisions.

Journalism in the digital age

The World News Monitor (WNM) was launched in February 2019 and has reached thousands of readers worldwide only after a few weeks. We currently have readers in almost every country in the world. We have been quoted numerous times on Twitter, Facebook and other social networks. 

WNM wants to give an unbiased, neutral view of important economic information. The views from West and East, North and South should give readers the opportunity to form their own opinions based on the news.

The journalists of WNM see themselves as service providers in the information society. They summarize the articles strictly for information purposes.

Reporting, in-depth-analysis, interviews and exclusive stories put the news in context – quite traditional means, but very efficient as we always take a global perspective. 

Who we are

Our core teams in Vienna, Austria and Berlin, Germany aim to make information comprehensive and accessible.

WNM is a brand of NewsTech, an international media company with a strong focus on journalism and technology:

The company was founded in 2018.

Dr. Michael Maier was editor of Die Presse in Vienna, Berliner Zeitung and Stern Magazine in Hamburg, worked for Swedish publisher Bonnier Business Press, did research at the Koebner Institute at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and was a Sagan fellow at Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center.

Christoph Hermann is a Consultant with the United Nations World Food Programme. He holds a Master in Public Policy (MPP) degree from Harvard University’s Kennedy School and is a graduate of Vienna University of Economics. He co-founded and built several digital publications in Germany, worked for Swedish publisher Bonnier Business Press, co-founded two digital start-ups, was a spokesperson in politics and consultant at a PR agency in New York City.

Funded by the Vienna-Austria Business Agency 

The Vienna Business Agency in funding innovative  companies in Vienna in the technology scene or creative industries. The Vienna Business Agency positions Austria’s capital city in the international economic environment, looks after international companies settling in Vienna, and is the first point of contact for expats arriving in Vienna.


Word News Monitor Team

Publisher: NT News Technologies, Vienna/Berlin

Managing director: Dr. Michael Maier, Christoph Hermann


Tel: +43 660 669 8906

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Our Offices

Vienna, Austria
Währinger Straße 2-4 / 29, 1090 Wien, Austria
Berlin, Germany
Forststraße 49, 14163 Berlin, Germany

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