|Owner||Styria Media Group|
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. It was designed from the start as a paper to be read by the masses, covering general and regional news topics and being very cheap. Today it is owned by the Styria Media Group company.
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