Expansion in future

unternehmen_märkte Essentially, the business activities of Styria Media Group AG include the production, provision and marketing of content for platforms in all media categories. This includes the generation, selection, evaluation, organisation and interpretation of content for a wide variety of multimedia products. Here the particular focus is on the creation of content of the highest journalistic standards.

With its wide-ranging brand and service portfolio, Styria Media Group presents itself on a regional, national and international stage. Austria, Slovenia and Croatia form the core market of Styria. In Croatia, Styria Media Group is the market leader in both print and online sectors. In addition to the headquarters in Graz, Styria's main locations are Vienna, Klagenfurt, Zagreb and Ljubljana.

Styria expands its portfolio by means of strategic partnerships. Regionalmedien Austria, a free weekly newspaper ring and joint venture between Styria Media Group and Tiroler Moser Holding, regularly reaches close to four million readers all over Austria. The marketplace portal willhaben, a joint venture between the Styria group and the Norwegian media group Schibsted, is among the widest-reaching Internet services in Austria.

Headquarter Graz

The Styria concern was founded in 1869 in Graz. Ever since, Styria and the capital city of the province of Styria have quite simply belonged together. The Styria Media Center in Graz, due to be occupied in the first quarter of 2015, will for the first time bring all the Styria subsidiaries from the eponymous province under one roof, namely the Kleine Zeitung and Antenne Steiermark, weekly papers from Regionalmedien Austria, service providers RCA, m4!, Styria IT and Fides. An important step forward to becoming a corporate group.

Vienna site

Styria Media Group and Vienna are linked by tradition and quality. It's here that the daily paper Die Presse and the weekly Die Furche are produced. Styria's news portals are marketed by styria digital one from here. Vienna is also the location at which the majority of Styria magazines are created, ranging from Wienerin to SPORTMAGAZIN. Numerous online platforms like willhaben.at, wirtschaftsblatt.at and ichkoche.at can also call Vienna home. Not forgetting the book publishing group located in the federal capital.

Klagenfurt site

Klagenfurt has succeeded in mirroring Graz. The Carinthian reporting team of the Kleine Zeitung is just as well ensconced here as Antenne Steiermark's sister concern Antenne Kärnten and media service provider Styria Media Design. Also headquartered in Carinthia are Kärntner Monat, Kärntner Woche and Kärntner Regionalmedien. Furthermore, in St. Veit a. d. Glan, CARINTHIA delivers top quality newspaper printing.

Zagreb site

Styria Croatia is a very successful brand in its own right. It includes the traditional daily paper Vecernji list and Styria's proprietary 24sata which, since its founding in 2005, has built up its own small media network. Also part of the Styria portfolio in Croatia are the business daily paper Poslovni dnevnik, the extremely successful online "sniffer" njuskalo.hr along with other portals such as mondo.hr, klokanica.hr (for prospective and young parents) and gastro.hr.

Ljubljana site

Notwithstanding withdrawal from the free paper business in Slovenia in early 2014, Ljubljana remains a hotspot of Styria activities. Styria remains a very strong presence in Slovenia through the marketplace and indeed market leader bolha.com as well as the job portal MojeDelo.com. In addition, there's the part-ownership of ‘Dnevnik' daily newspaper group.

Styria printing works

The printing works of the Styria Print Group produce a broad spectrum covering daily, weekly and monthly newspapers through to advertising material such as flyers. The printing facilities at works in Zagreb, Graz and St. Veit can produce 250,000 papers per hour. As for our newspaper printing quality, we have been repeatedly rated amongst the best in the world over the past years by the International Newspaper Color Quality Club.

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