Newspaper Ends Daily Print Edition After 320 Years

From an AP story headlined “Stop the press: Vienna newspaper Wiener Zeitung ends daily print edition after 320 years”:

One of the world’s oldest newspapers, the Vienna-based Wiener Zeitung, has ended its daily print run after more than three centuries.

First published under the name Wiennerisches Diarium, the paper set out to provide a sober account of the news “without any oratory or poetic gloss” when it was launched on Aug. 8, 1703.

“320 years, 12 presidents, 10 emperors, 2 republics, 1 newspaper,” the print edition’s final front page read.