Oberösterreichische Rundschau

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Oberösterreichische Rundschau is a weekly newspaper in Upper Austria,[1] published in 13 regional editions. In addition, there is a free Sunday newspaper Sonntags-Rundschau.

History and profile[edit]

Oberösterreichische Rundschau evolved as a merger of several regional papers, the oldest of which, the Innviertler Volkszeitung, existed already in 1880. It has been published under the name Oberösterreichische Rundschau since 1983.[2] The paper is published weekly.[3] The owner and publisher of the paper is Passauer Neue Presse.[1]

Oberösterreichische Rundschau has three distinct products: First, 13 regional editions are issued once a week on Wednesday/Thursday. Second, a free Sunday newspaper Sonntags-Rundschau is published. Third, the paper includes the classified ads supplement korrekt.

Oberösterreichische Rundschau reached approximately 676.000 readers in 2006.[4] In 2007 the paper had a circulation of 255,000 copies.[3]

Braunauer Rundschau[edit]

The Braunauer Rundschau was established in 1881.[citation needed] The paper appears in a charge of 19.000 pieces and reaches approximately 80 percent of all households[citation needed] in the district of Braunau am Inn. Moreover, Braunauer Rundschau covers adjacent areas such as the Salzburger Flachgau, as well as the Bavarian communities at the Inn and Salzach. This regional edition, except the printing, is completely produced in Braunau. Editorship leader is Reinhold Klika.

Other[edit]

  • Freistädter Rundschau
  • Grieskirchner / Eferdinger Rundschau
  • Kremstaler Rundschau
  • Linzer Rundschau
  • Perger Rundschau
  • Rieder Rundschau
  • Rohrbacher Rundschau
  • Salzkammergut Rundschau
  • Steyrer Rundschau / Mostviertel
  • Mostviertler Sonntags-Rundschau (Sundays only)
  • Urfahrer Rundschau
  • Vöcklabrucker Rundschau
  • Welser Rundschau

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Eastern Empires" (Report). Brussels: European Federation of Journalists. June 2003. Retrieved 7 April 2015. 
  2. ^ History of the Oberösterreichische Rundschau (corporate information, in German)
  3. ^ a b Anne Austin et. al. (2008). "Western Europe Market & Media Fact" (PDF). ZenithOptimedia. Retrieved 27 February 2015. 
  4. ^ media-analyse.at, Austrian media distribution analysis (in German), data as of 2006

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