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With the founding of Der Standard in 1988 the publisher Oscar Bronner established Austria's first politically liberal newspaper. The paper does not belong to any media company and therefore considers itself beyond the dominant political and economic division of power between the Social Democrats (SPÖ) and the People's Party (ÖVP). Der Standard currently reaches more readers than its direct competitor Die Presse. Unlike other Austrian newspapers there is no agreement between editors and publishers to ensure editorial independence. The online edition of Der Standard ( ) is one of the leading German-language news portals.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Left liberal
Circulation: 75,000 (2010)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday

Location: Vienna, Austria
Publisher: Oscar Bronner
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1988

Herrengasse 19-21
A-1010 Vienna
Phone: 0043-1-53170-0

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1.  Der Standard - Austria | 20/10/2014

Create new gas supply routes for the EU

According to an announcement by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Friday, Moscow and Kiev have agreed on a compromise in the gas dispute. This is ... » more

2.  Der Standard - Austria | 17/10/2014

Detrimental fragmentation of EU Parliament

After Latvian MEP Iveta Grigule left the parliamentary group of EU opponents around the British right-wing populist Nigel Farange, the group lost its status as ... » more

3.  Der Standard - Austria | 14/10/2014

Corrupt politician gets his just deserts

The former Austrian MEP Ernst Strasser was sentenced by the Supreme Court in Vienna to three years in prison for corruptibility on Monday. In 2011 ... » more

4.  Der Standard - Austria | 13/10/2014

Porochenko on the horns of a dilemma

President Vladimir Putin's announcement that Russian troops would be withdrawn from the border to Ukraine can be explained by Russia's current superiority in the conflict ... » more

5.  Der Standard - Austria | 09/10/2014

Dirty party deal against liberals

The MEPs' rejection of Alenka Bratušek as EU Commissioner candidate was motivated by party politics, the left-liberal daily Der Standard suspects: "The MEPs naturally have ... » more

6.  Der Standard - Austria | 07/10/2014

Election result shows Bulgarians' disappointment

The fact that ex-prime minister Boyko Borisov's conservative Gerb party won the most votes in the Bulgarian parliamentary elections just one and a half years ... » more

7.  Der Standard - Austria | 06/10/2014

Election results sign of conciliation

The election outcome in Latvia holds out hope of reconciliation between the Latvians and the Russian minority, the left-liberal daily Der Standard comments: "Clearly also ... » more

8.  Der Standard - Austria | 02/10/2014

Turkish safe zone in Syria controversial

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's proposal for setting up a "safe zone" in Northern Syria is controversial in the Arab World, the left-liberal daily Der ... » more

9.  Der Standard - Austria | 01/10/2014

No compromise for Catalonia in sight

The row over independence for Catalonia threatens to escalate, the left-liberal daily Der Standard warns: "A compromise is unthinkable. The President of Catalonia Artur Mas ... » more

10.  Der Standard - Austria | 29/09/2014

EU Commission surprisingly attentive

EU Trade Commissioner-designate Cecilia Malmström has spoken out in favour of a change of course in the negotiations on the TTIP free trade agreement with ... » more


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