Kleine Zeitung has more than 30,000 digital subscribers
More than 30,000 readers have now (also) digitally subscribed to the "Kleine Zeitung", Styria Media Group's leading daily newspaper in southern Austria. The reasons for this popularity are numerous:
"The whole family reads along. Now I finally have the newspaper with me on holiday. I commute and follow the traffic news from both regions on my mobile phone." Three readers, three different life situations - and the Kleine Zeitung's digital Plus offer offers an optimal solution for everyone.
David Bleiberger-Krajnc, for example, has his hands full. The birth of his second child is imminent, a home of his own must finally be found, the job is demanding - there is hardly any time left for news consumption. "But the Kleine Zeitung's smartphone app keeps me up to date at all times and everywhere, I certainly won't miss the most important headlines," the young father is satisfied. "And to be on the safe side, I'll have the breaking news sent to me via push on the start screen."
Reading the newspaper the evening before
A small newspaper regular reader and online fan of the very first hour is the Villach woman Waltraud Trampusch. "I can't imagine life without the Kleine-Digital-Subscription", confesses the pensioner, who is particularly interested in the latest local news. Practically thus that in the plus package also all multimedia elements are included such as videos and photos. "At breakfast my husband reads the newspaper on paper, I read it digitally, of course. When an exciting story comes back, I can be the first to tell it to him".
Oliver Judmaier from Pöls also knows the Kleine Zeitung from childhood. As plant manager at Jannach Lärchenholz, his day begins at 5.30 a.m. - naturally with the study of the Kleine Zeitung. "In the e-paper I have the current issue much earlier, that suits me very well. And thanks to the digital Plus content, I get even more detailed and better information about all the decisive topics during the day."
Melissa Cappelletto from Klagenfurt is also a fan of the extensive digital package. She particularly likes the regional reporting: "I am a Carinthian student in Graz and naturally use the local service contents such as weather, traffic, cinema programme or events. At the same time, I don't miss anything important from my hometown via app".
A subscription for the whole family
The Kleine-Zeitung-Plus range can be used on up to five terminal devices. For example, children who move abroad or start their own household can read along with their parents' subscriptions. "My daughter in Germany, my son in Vienna and I share an access," says Gabriele Thoma from Weinitzen.
We are just as happy and say a heartfelt thank you: the more than 30,000 Kleine-Zeitung-Digital readers who place their trust in us every day!