Co-owner and editor-in-chief Florian Klenk and his team filled 56 pages of the main editorial part of “Falter” this week. A lot of space for advertisements was not “lost”.
Not a single company from the private sector advertised in this issue. The public sector has to “rush to the rescue”. Above all, of course, once again the city of Vienna.
On one side, the city of Vienna is looking for foster parents – on half a page, ÖBB is looking for female employees. Private companies apparently have no place in the Wiener Stadtzeitung. And that despite the fact that “Falter” boss Florian Klenk likes to throw proverbial stones as soon as he discovers public sector circuits in another medium. His editorial office is located in a building that was 100 percent glazed by the public sector.
Again: Public sector advertisements can be useful and important – however, journalists should not criticize other applicants for what they are doing themselves.