24 heures (Switzerland)

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24 heures
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) Edipresse
Founded 1762 (as Feuille d'avis de Lausanne)
Language Swiss French
Headquarters Lausanne, Vaud, Switzerland
Circulation 86,153 (circulation)[when?]
245,000 (readership)[when?]
Sister newspapers Tribune de Genève
OCLC number 611051843
Official website 24heures.ch (in Swiss French)

24 heures (literally "24 Hours") is a Swiss regional Swiss-French-language daily newspaper, published by Edipresse in Lausanne, Vaud.

Foundation and operations[edit]

Feuille d'Avis de Lausanne, 12 January 1900

Founded in 1762 as Feuille d'avis de Lausanne,[1][clarification needed] the newspaper has a circulation of 86,153[when?] and a readership of 245,000.[when?].

Since 25 February 2005, the newspaper has had four local editions, with sections for the specific area of the canton:

The first two local editions replaced the newspapers La Presse Riviera-Chablais and La Presse Nord Vaudois.

The newspaper shares some of its content with Tribune de Genève, Edipresse's local newspaper for the Canton of Geneva.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Scriptorium - Anciens journaux vaudois". Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire de Lausanne (in French). 2013. Retrieved 25 May 2013. "Journaux numérisés" 

    24 Heures et son ancêtre la Feuille d’avis de Lausanne, édités de 1762 à fin 2001.

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