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Wiener Zeitung is an Austrian newspaper. It is one of the most famous newspapers in Europe and one of the oldest, still published newspapers in the world. It is the official publication used by the Government of the Republic of Austria for its formal announcements. It was founded in 1703 under the name Wiennerisches Diarium. The first issue appeared on 8 August 1703.
The Kronen Zeitung, commonly known as the Krone, is Austria's largest newspaper. According to a Österreichische Media-Analyse study, the average daily readership is 2,970,000 (14 years or older), which corresponds to 43.7% of all newspaper readers in Austria. The number of daily copies printed was 1,006,134 in the first half of 2004, according to the Österreichische Auflagenkontrolle (ÖAK).
Kleine Zeitung (meaning "Small Newspaper") is an Austrian newspaper based in Graz. As the biggest regional newspaper in Austria covering the states of Styria and Carinthia with East Tyrol, the paper has around 800,000 readers. It was founded in 1904 by the Katholischer Presseverein (Catholic Press Association). The first issue was published on Tuesday, November 22, 1904.
List of online newspapers in Austria - Latest news in Austria.Die Presse is an Austrian daily newspaper based in Vienna. It was founded in 1946 by World War II resistance fighter Ernst Molden and stands in tradition of the Viennese newspapers "Die Presse" (1848–1896) (founded by August Zang) and "Neue Freie Presse" (1864–1938; founded by Max Friedländer). The paper covers general news topics.
List of online newspapers in Austria - Latest news in Austria. Der Standard is an Austrian national daily newspaper which is published in Vienna (although the paper is produced in Tulln an der Donau in Lower Austria due to that Bundesland's lower taxes). It was founded by Oscar Bronner as a financial newspaper and the first edition was published on 1988-10-19. Bronner remains the paper's publisher and he is also nominally the editor-in-chief along with Alexandra Föderl-Schmid, who handles the day-to-day editing. When Föderl-Schmid took over from Gerfried Sperl in July 2007, Der Standard became the first Austrian newspaper to have a female editor-in-chief. Der Standard sees itself as - in Continental European sense (social and cultural, but not economical) - liberal and independent.
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