The Kronen Zeitung, or the Krone, is Austria's largest newspaper. It is well-known for its Euroskepticism. The journal struggled in its first three years until the regicide of King Aleksandar Obrenovi in the neighboring Kingdom of Serbia on June 10, 1903, which the paper extensively covered and helped it attain huge popularity.
The Kleine Zeitung is an Austrian newspaper with offices in Graz and Klagenfurt. As the largest regional newspaper in Austria, covering the federal states Styria and Carinthia plus East Tyrol, the paper has over 800,000 readers.
Kurier is a daily German-language newspaper published in Vienna, Austria. Kurier was launched as Wiener Kurier by the United States Forces in Austria (USFA) in 1945, during the Allied occupation following World War II, and was acquired and re-established as Neuer Kurier by Ludwig Polsterer in 1954. (New Kurier).
Austria (meaning "Austria") is a daily national Austrian newspaper based in Vienna. Helmut and Wolfgang Fellner launched sterreich, a German-language daily, in Vienna on September 1, 2006. The daily's owner, publisher, and editor, Wolfgang Fellner, also founded other Austrian periodicals, notably NEWS magazine.
The Oberösterreichische Nachrichten is an Austrian regional newspaper published in German. The paper was founded after World War II by US forces occupying Austria. The first issue was published on June 11, 1945. Its headquarters are in Linz. Wimmer Medien is the publication's publisher.
The Salzburger Nachrichten is an Austrian newspaper published in German. Salzburger Nachrichten was founded in 1945 by American soldiers occupying Austria after World War II, and it was afterwards controlled by the US Information Services Branch for a long time.
Niederösterreichische Nachrichten (LAN) is a German-language regional weekly newspaper produced in St. Pölten, Lower Austria, Austria. NN was founded in 1965 as a result of the merger of several local newspapers.