Julia Seidl

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Born 1993, Julia C. Seidl did her first internship at the Austrian news paper "Die Presse" when she was 17. After living in the US for half a year, she went on to study "Journalism & Media Management" in Vienna and continued working as a freelancer for several local news outlets such as ORF, Kurier and Falter. Seidl was employed at the weekly "Die Ganze Woche" before joining the Metropole team as an editor in 2018. She mainly writes about social issues and specializes in doing portraits and interviews. Seidl is the company's Online Content Manager and also responsible for the social media accounts of the magazine.

The (New) Code Makers

It’s going on 18:30, but the windows of the co-working space in the 3rd district are already brightly lit. It is still winter, so the sun goes down quite early. As you pass, you can peek ...

Attend Metropole’s Kick-off Event

Kick-off Event 2019 Join us for an evening celebrating our latest Issue from Metropole Magazine. Enjoy great conversation with journalists and meet other Metropolitans and our whole team which will...

Attend Book Release: From Empire to Republic

Home Town Media presents From Empire to Republic Join us for an evening celebrating a year's worth of media coverage and historical insight surrounding the countries that once made up the Austro-Hu...

Austria had one Police Tomcat – and It ran away

The tomcat was "hired" to chase away mice in the stables of the new police horses in the Military Academy Wiener Neustadt – but apparently, Austria’s one and only police cat resigned. Where is Mist...

Marriage for all – unless you are a foreigner

2019 was supposed to be the year for Austria to put an end to LGBTQ discrimination. However, they now seem to be facing new restrictions and bans. The year started out fairly promising for same-sex...

International | What It Means To Be Austrian

Cultural heritage is not just monuments, artworks, and great literature — it is, above all, who we are. To a newcomer, Austria may not seem like a strange country. Stunningly beautiful but wi...

“CEU has been forced out”

Because Hungary’s Lex CEU forbids Central European University (CEU) to accept new students after January 1, 2019, CEU says, it is forced to announce that it will launch all U.S.-accredited degree prog...

Sports | Hit Me!

With more women getting involved in combat sports, we visited one of Vienna’s all-women gyms. The only man in the room has no arms, legs, hands, feet or hair. Going by the name of Bob, every day this...

Attend the December METROPOLE Salon!

Register for our December METROPOLE Salon! Join us for an evening of food and drink and a chance to meet other METROPOLE readers, editors and the international community of Vienna! We'll be discussi...
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