METROPOLE - Vienna in English - - PUBLISHER'S LETTER -


A new year means new ideas! Thanks to am­ple feed­back from our fan­tas­tic read­er­ship, our ed­i­to­rial team and art di­rec­tor Karin Dre­her gave the mag­a­zine a makeover.

A new de­sign and a re­think­ing of the de­part­ments mean giv­ing you more of what you love. Let us know what you think!


To cel­e­brate the an­niver­sary of the found­ing of the beau­ti­ful Repub­lic of Aus­tria, we have part­nered with me­dia out­lets in the nine coun­tries that gained in­de­pen­dence af­ter the dis­so­lu­tion of the Aus­tro-hun­gar­ian Em­pire. Over the next nine is­sues we will be gath­er­ing sto­ries, in­ter­views, video con­tent and travel rec­om­men­da­tions from Cen­tral, Eastern and South­east­ern Europe. It’s the first co­op­er­a­tion of its kind in Europe and we’re ex­cited and hon­ored to work with so many mo­ti­vated me­dia mak­ers.


Since our user data never lies, we won't ei­ther. We know our read­ers love movies and TV shows. Since most of you don't watch Aus­trian tele­vi­sion, we have cre­ated a new sec­tion just for your on-the-couch needs. Ev­ery is­sue we'll choose our top 10 of the best new tele­vi­sion and movies avail­able to stream in Aus­tria. It prob­a­bly goes with­out say­ing, but re­search­ing this page is so much fun and dis­cussing the picks is its own spe­cial kind of team build­ing. You tend to learn a lot about each other. We'd love to hear what you think of our choices. Have we helped you dis­cover a new ob­ses­sion?

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